Appointment Scheduling Apps

#1

Looking for an app that I can attach to an e-mail or my website that will allow me to schedule appointments with clients. I am seeing Timetrade.com and Appointmentsplus.com. Does anyone have any experience with either of these or are there any other suggestions?

#2

I’ve been using WhenWorks, it’s an iOS app and there are web pages where people can book appointments with you. It works brilliantly for me - though I will note I use it rarely enough that I’m fine on the free plan right now.

#3

https://calendly.com/

Looks good, works and is not expensive.

#4

+1 for Calendly. I don’t do a lot of scheduling, but it takes out all the back and forth and friction. They have a level up from what I use that will text reminders to people, etc.

#5

I’ve been using Calendly as well. Only one appointment type on the free plan, but suits my needs well.

Edit: Just checked out WhenWorks - unlimited event types for free? Wowee! 5 appointments per month should be fine for me. Thanks, @RosemaryOrchard!!

Edit (2): A few initial thoughts re: WhenWorks:

  • UI seems a bit buggy
  • No web UI seems odd
  • No option to constrain appointments to, e.g. a maximum of 4 weeks in the future
#6

I’m a paid user of WhenWorks and it has been great. Lots of my clients, not all of whom are IT savvy, have been impressed with it too.

#7

We run a financial planning practice and use Acuity Scheduling (https://www.acuityscheduling.com/) for everything! We’ve been using it for about a year now and is perfect for what we need. It has a lot of customization options (custom email/text confirmations to clients, scheduling landing page cutomization, etc.). We tried Calendly, but found Acuity Scheduling way more useful for how we’re using it.