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  1. My business offers the same service in different time increments. Is there a way the customer can choose the time/quantity of the booking without having to add a whole new service albeit just double the time. The reason it is a problem is because we have the same service for different rooms. so depending on the room type and service duration I am going to have to have a very long list of options. We will also soon have two locations so that will double the amount of services available. We also offer the option for customers to choose their staff member, I cant see a way that i can have the same service with the option to which room, all within the same calendar. Help please!
  2. Is it possible that when a customer schedules an appointment for a certain date/time (public holiday/peak hour) that Acuity will recognise the date/time and charge a booking fee?
  3. They can do - Would this also work if they synced their own calendars? And then on a more permanent basis, how could I set it up so that it will show availability from all our own synced calendars? E.g. I'm unavailable but one staff member is free, for it show availability to customers? Without them having to manage an extra calendar other than their own they currently use (office365/gmail etc)
  4. I run a service based business in sport - I have 3 staff albeit not full time. How can i best set up the calendar to show availability across all three staff members for the same service? E.g. I'm going away for 3 weeks and have it blocked off in my calendar however my two staff members will be around, however will still have other commitments. How can I make the calendar show availability to customers for when my staff have free time in their calendars?
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