Introducing Dynamic Scheduling
With Dynamic Scheduling, we use Google Calendar to have live access to your schedule and instantly book customers for your free time.
The setup is actually much easier than it appears. We just wanted to spell out the step by step instructions to make sure even a cave man could do it.
To use dynamic scheduling, you will need a Google account. (You can create an alternate account for this if you wish. Just make sure it is set up on your phone to alert you when you have an email.)
THE RULES: Dynamic Scheduling exists to allow us to automatically assign you jobs for your available hours. If you miss an automatically assigned job, it will count just like any other “No call. No show.” (bad).
How to set up your calendar:
How to use:
You will need to enter any times that you are unable or unwilling to work. For example: If you want Sundays off, create an all-
Most calendar aps can integrate with google calendar. Just go into your calendar settings and add a new calendar or account. We recommend using the Google Cal app or just going directly through the Google Cal website. It is fairly intuitive, but there is also an in-
To use it straight from the web, go to https://calendar.google.com (Click the round icon at the top right to make sure you are signed in with the Google account you wish to use for rent-
From the web page, click the red "create" button. Enter the specific hours you will need off. (You can select "all day" or set it up as a repeating event). Make sure to check the box next to "busy" or "available", otherwise, this whole thing is pointless. (Example: If you are just reminding yourself of a birthday, select "available". If you need the indicated time period off, select "busy".) Beside "Notifications", you can select how long before the event you would like to be notified. (Email is usually more useful than Pop-
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