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  1. The only solution I have found for this is to switch your customer-facing calendar view to "Daily" instead of "Monthly". After the class time has passed, the class will disappear from your schedule, but before it passes, it will show that the class is fully booked. You can change this setting in Scheduling > Scheduling Appearance > Daily. Another thing I've found a workaround for is showing private events on our schedule. We have private parties but want our customers to know. What we've done is create a class with "1" as the number of allowed signups, then booked our selves as a business into that space, so it shows it is booked on the website and is not bookable online during that time. I have attached an example of what that looks like here. Hope this helps!
  2. The only solution I have found for this is to switch your customer-facing calendar view to "Daily" instead of "Monthly". After the class time has passed, the class will disappear from your schedule, but before it passes, it will show that the class is fully booked. You can change this setting in Scheduling > Scheduling Appearance > Daily. Another thing I've found a workaround for is showing private events on our schedule. We have private parties but want our customers to know. What we've done is create a class with "1" as the number of allowed signups, then booked our selves as a business into that space, so it shows it is booked on the website and is not bookable online during that time. I have attached an example of what that looks like here. Hope this helps!
  3. The only solution I have found for this is to switch your customer-facing calendar view to "Daily" instead of "Monthly". After the class time has passed, the class will disappear from your schedule, but before it passes, it will show that the class is fully booked. You can change this setting in Scheduling > Scheduling Appearance > Daily. Another thing I've found a workaround for is showing private events on our schedule. We have private parties but want our customers to know. What we've done is create a class with "1" as the number of allowed signups, then booked our selves as a business into that space, so it shows it is booked on the website and is not bookable online during that time. I have attached an example of what that looks like here. Hope this helps!
  4. Hey! Can you explain how you did this? Is there a way to create a rule within the Facebook Commerce Manager itself, or are you saying you uploaded a file where the ID column listed the corresponding SKUs from Squarespace?
  5. Did you ever find a solution for this? We would also like to cap the number of appointments a client can make for this website: www.glowwormplaycafe.com/book-a-play-session We do not want customers to be able to book all 16 spots at once. We would like to limit it to ~4 spots per customer, per time slot.
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