Microsoft Bookings is an online and mobile app for Faculty and Departments at U Manitoba who provide services to individuals on an appointment basis.
Key Features and Benefits
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Is there a set up involved?
Bookings can be scheduled and staffed in two different ways. The first way is by the customer using a standalone booking page or an embedded booking page that you add to your website. The other way is for you or one of your employees to enter the bookings manually, such as when a customer calls for an appointment. You can read more of how to set up manually.
How do I add a staff to a booking site?
Although Bookings is a feature of Microsoft 365, not all your staff members are required to have a Microsoft 365 account. All staff members should have a valid email address so they can receive bookings and schedule changes.
Watch this video or follow the steps below to add your staff.
Who can use Bookings?
Microsoft Bookings is available to all faculty and staff who have been licences with the Microsoft A3 Licence. Office 365 admins now can require that employees in their organization opt-in before their availability information is shared through Bookings and before they can be bookable through a booking page. When an admin chooses to make this a requirement, by clicking the appropriate toggle in the Office 365 Admin Center, employees added as staff in booking calendars will find an Approve/Reject link in the email notification they receive.
Mobile App Availability
Microsoft bookings can be downloaded in with the apple or android store. To see more information on how to download the app see below:
Microsoft Bookings for iPhone
iOS 12.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Microsoft Bookings for Android
Android 4.4 and up
Staff, Faculty and Students
A Valid UMNetID is required
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