In addition to the time range, the name of the client, and the service on the appointment blocks on your calendar, there are other handy symbols that quickly tell you information about an appointment at a glance.
Contents in this article:
- Note page - Client comments & appointment notes
- Gold star - New or first-time client
- Repeat circle - Repeating appointment in series
- Slashed repeat circle - Altered appointment in repeating series
- Fraction - Class attendance
- Dollar sign - Paid appointment
Note page - Client comments & appointment notes
A small note page may appear in the upper right corner of the appointment block to indicate the appointment has notes.
Any information entered into the Comments section of the scheduling details page when clients book online will appear here in the Appointment Notes section. You can also add notes to this section.
Hovering over an appointment block with the notes symbol allows you to view the notes without having to open the appointment. You can also click on the appointment to open it to view full details, including any notes.
Gold star - New or first-time client
On occasion, a gold star (or asterisk) will appear to the left of a client's name in the appointment block. This signifies that the client is a new / first-time client.
The gold star will remain next to the client's name on any appointment they schedule until their first appointment has been completed.
Repeat circle - repeating appointment in series
When you set a repeating appointment, two arrows forming a small circle will appear in the upper right corner of the appointment block of every repeating instance of the appointment.
Slashed repeat circle - Altered appointment in repeating series
If you reschedule a single appointment of a repeating series, a slash will appear in the repeat circle in the upper right corner of the appointment block of that specific appointment. All other appointments in the series will retain the standard circle.
Fraction - Class attendance
A fraction that appears to the left of the service name for a class signifies the number of spots filled of the max capacity of the class. (e.g., 4/10 = 4 spots filled out of 10 max capacity)
Dollar sign - Paid appointment
If you have set up your account to take payments from clients through the online scheduler, a dollar sign ($) will appear in the upper right corner for any appointment where a client has paid.
The dollar sign represents all payments. The symbol does not change to match your local currency.
Credit card capture
If you use the credit card capture option, the payment symbol will not appear on an appointment, even if you manually create a payment through Stripe for the appointment. You can indicate in appointment notes that a payment has been made.
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