Using the Appointment Scheduler to Book Appointments

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At an event, meeting the right people at the right time makes all the difference. The Appointments Scheduler helps you do just that. Follow the steps below to learn the basics and ensure your networking stays smooth and productive.

1 Open your schedule. Click on the link or button within the invitation email to access your personal schedule.

 
2 Book an appointment. Click Create Appointment in the top-left. Select an appointment type, then click Add next to Attendees.
 
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A list of available attendees will appear. Use the search box at the top to filter the list by name, email, company, or title. Click on an attendee, then click Add 1 Attendee.
 
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Or, if the planner of the event is allowing new attendees to be added, create an attendee. Type the attendee's name in the search box, then click Create Attendee.
 
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Enter the attendee's email address, then click Continue.
 
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Click Add Attendee.
 
Click Choose next to Time and Location.
 
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Available time slots and locations will appear by day. Use the arrows at the top to move to another date. Click on a time slot to add it to your appointment.

Or, specify your own time frame. Some events may have appointment types that allow you to book any time within a specified timeframe. For example, if Ballroom A is available from 2:00-5:00 PM, you can choose to book Ballroom A from 2:30-4:30. Add a start time, end time, and location, then click Confirm.
 
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Give your appointment a subject and, if necessary, a description. Anyone who can see your schedule and book appointments with you will see this information.

To add a private note viewable by only you and the attendee you're booking the appointment with, click Add next to Private Note. Add your note, then click Add next to Viewers and select who should be able to see this note. Then click Add 1 Viewer.

 
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The event planner may have added custom questions for you to answer pertaining to the appointment type you're booking. If this is the case, click Edit next to Additional Questions.
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Answer the question, then select who else should be able to see your answer under Viewers. Click Save.

The event planner may be requiring approval before the appointment is booked. If this is the case, click Request Approval to send it to the planner to approve. You'll receive an email when the planner approves or denies your appointment, and the appointment will be placed on your schedule with "Approval Pending" in orange.

 
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If they're not requiring approval, you can move forward with booking the appointment. Click Send Appointment Invitation, and an email will be sent to the attendee for them to accept or decline your invitation.

Or, block off time. Have you already scheduled an offsite lunch or another meeting that you don't want to book over? Block off time on your schedule so that other hosts can't send you an appointment request during that time. Click Create Appointment in the top-left. Under Appointment Type, click Block Off Time.
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Enter a date, start time, end time, subject, and, if necessary, a description. Then click Block Off Time.

3 Accept or decline appointment invitations. When an appointment host sends you an appointment invitation, the appointment will appear on your schedule with a dotted line border. Click on the appointment to open it.

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From here, you can accept or decline the appointment, propose a new time, and add the appointment to your personal calendar.
 
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4 Change your views. Toggle your view to Directory in the top-right to see a list of attendees that you can book appointments with.
 
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Toggle your view to Calendar to see your appointments on a calendar.
 
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Click Confirmed Appointments to see your appointments in a list view.
 
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Then, click and drag the indicator within the zoom scale to expand or contract the time slots.
 
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Use the Day dropdown in the top-right to change the weekly calendar view to 1 Day, 3 Day, 5 Day, or 7 Day.
 
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Use the Sessions dropdown in the top-right to show all of your sessions on the calendar, only sessions the event planner has marked as "busy," or no sessions at all. This allows you to see the sessions that you've registered for on the calendar so that you don't book appointments during those times.
 
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5 Print your schedule. Click User-added image in the top-right, and a print preview will appear. Choose the days, whether you want to include confirmed appointments, unconfirmed appointments, sessions, and blocked off time, and which appointment details you want to appear. Click Continue.
 
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Your computer's printer options will appear. Click OK to print the schedule.

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At an event, meeting the right people at the right time makes all the difference. The Appointments Scheduler helps you do just that. Follow the steps below to learn the basics and ensure your networking stays smooth and productive.

1 Open your schedule. Click on the link or button within the invitation email to access your personal schedule.

 
2 Book an appointment. Click Create Appointment in the top-left. Select an appointment type, then click Add next to Attendees.
 
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A list of available attendees will appear. Use the search box at the top to filter the list by name, email, company, or title. Click on an attendee, then click Add 1 Attendee.
 
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Or, if the planner of the event is allowing new attendees to be added, create an attendee. Type the attendee's name in the search box, then click Create Attendee.
 
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Enter the attendee's email address, then click Continue.
 
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Click Add Attendee.
 
Click Choose next to Time and Location.
 
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Available time slots and locations will appear by day. Use the arrows at the top to move to another date. Click on a time slot to add it to your appointment.

Or, specify your own time frame. Some events may have appointment types that allow you to book any time within a specified timeframe. For example, if Ballroom A is available from 2:00-5:00 PM, you can choose to book Ballroom A from 2:30-4:30. Add a start time, end time, and location, then click Confirm.
 
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Give your appointment a subject and, if necessary, a description. Anyone who can see your schedule and book appointments with you will see this information.

To add a private note viewable by only you and the attendee you're booking the appointment with, click Add next to Private Note. Add your note, then click Add next to Viewers and select who should be able to see this note. Then click Add 1 Viewer.

 
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The event planner may have added custom questions for you to answer pertaining to the appointment type you're booking. If this is the case, click Edit next to Additional Questions.
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Answer the question, then select who else should be able to see your answer under Viewers. Click Save.

The event planner may be requiring approval before the appointment is booked. If this is the case, click Request Approval to send it to the planner to approve. You'll receive an email when the planner approves or denies your appointment, and the appointment will be placed on your schedule with "Approval Pending" in orange.

 
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If they're not requiring approval, you can move forward with booking the appointment. Click Send Appointment Invitation, and an email will be sent to the attendee for them to accept or decline your invitation.

Or, block off time. Have you already scheduled an offsite lunch or another meeting that you don't want to book over? Block off time on your schedule so that other hosts can't send you an appointment request during that time. Click Create Appointment in the top-left. Under Appointment Type, click Block Off Time.
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Enter a date, start time, end time, subject, and, if necessary, a description. Then click Block Off Time.

3 Accept or decline appointment invitations. When an appointment host sends you an appointment invitation, the appointment will appear on your schedule with a dotted line border. Click on the appointment to open it.

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From here, you can accept or decline the appointment, propose a new time, and add the appointment to your personal calendar.
 
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4 Change your views. Toggle your view to Directory in the top-right to see a list of attendees that you can book appointments with.
 
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Toggle your view to Calendar to see your appointments on a calendar.
 
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Click Confirmed Appointments to see your appointments in a list view.
 
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Then, click and drag the indicator within the zoom scale to expand or contract the time slots.
 
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Use the Day dropdown in the top-right to change the weekly calendar view to 1 Day, 3 Day, 5 Day, or 7 Day.
 
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Use the Sessions dropdown in the top-right to show all of your sessions on the calendar, only sessions the event planner has marked as "busy," or no sessions at all. This allows you to see the sessions that you've registered for on the calendar so that you don't book appointments during those times.
 
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5 Print your schedule. Click User-added image in the top-right, and a print preview will appear. Choose the days, whether you want to include confirmed appointments, unconfirmed appointments, sessions, and blocked off time, and which appointment details you want to appear. Click Continue.
 
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Your computer's printer options will appear. Click OK to print the schedule.

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At an event, meeting the right people at the right time makes all the difference. The Appointments Scheduler helps you do just that. Follow the steps below to learn the basics and ensure your networking stays smooth and productive.

1 Open your schedule. Click on the link or button within the invitation email to access your personal schedule.

 
2 Book an appointment. Click Create Appointment in the top-left. Select an appointment type, then click Add next to Attendees.
 
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A list of available attendees will appear. Use the search box at the top to filter the list by name, email, company, or title. Click on an attendee, then click Add 1 Attendee.
 
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Or, if the planner of the event is allowing new attendees to be added, create an attendee. Type the attendee's name in the search box, then click Create Attendee.
 
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Enter the attendee's email address, then click Continue.
 
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Click Add Attendee.
 
Click Choose next to Time and Location.
 
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Available time slots and locations will appear by day. Use the arrows at the top to move to another date. Click on a time slot to add it to your appointment.

Or, specify your own time frame. Some events may have appointment types that allow you to book any time within a specified timeframe. For example, if Ballroom A is available from 2:00-5:00 PM, you can choose to book Ballroom A from 2:30-4:30. Add a start time, end time, and location, then click Confirm.
 
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Give your appointment a subject and, if necessary, a description. Anyone who can see your schedule and book appointments with you will see this information.

To add a private note viewable by only you and the attendee you're booking the appointment with, click Add next to Private Note. Add your note, then click Add next to Viewers and select who should be able to see this note. Then click Add 1 Viewer.

 
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The event planner may have added custom questions for you to answer pertaining to the appointment type you're booking. If this is the case, click Edit next to Additional Questions.
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Answer the question, then select who else should be able to see your answer under Viewers. Click Save.

The event planner may be requiring approval before the appointment is booked. If this is the case, click Request Approval to send it to the planner to approve. You'll receive an email when the planner approves or denies your appointment, and the appointment will be placed on your schedule with "Approval Pending" in orange.

 
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If they're not requiring approval, you can move forward with booking the appointment. Click Send Appointment Invitation, and an email will be sent to the attendee for them to accept or decline your invitation.

Or, block off time. Have you already scheduled an offsite lunch or another meeting that you don't want to book over? Block off time on your schedule so that other hosts can't send you an appointment request during that time. Click Create Appointment in the top-left. Under Appointment Type, click Block Off Time.
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Enter a date, start time, end time, subject, and, if necessary, a description. Then click Block Off Time.

3 Accept or decline appointment invitations. When an appointment host sends you an appointment invitation, the appointment will appear on your schedule with a dotted line border. Click on the appointment to open it.

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From here, you can accept or decline the appointment, propose a new time, and add the appointment to your personal calendar.
 
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4 Change your views. Toggle your view to Directory in the top-right to see a list of attendees that you can book appointments with.
 
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Toggle your view to Calendar to see your appointments on a calendar.
 
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Click Confirmed Appointments to see your appointments in a list view.
 
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Then, click and drag the indicator within the zoom scale to expand or contract the time slots.
 
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Use the Day dropdown in the top-right to change the weekly calendar view to 1 Day, 3 Day, 5 Day, or 7 Day.
 
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Use the Sessions dropdown in the top-right to show all of your sessions on the calendar, only sessions the event planner has marked as "busy," or no sessions at all. This allows you to see the sessions that you've registered for on the calendar so that you don't book appointments during those times.
 
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5 Print your schedule. Click User-added image in the top-right, and a print preview will appear. Choose the days, whether you want to include confirmed appointments, unconfirmed appointments, sessions, and blocked off time, and which appointment details you want to appear. Click Continue.
 
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Your computer's printer options will appear. Click OK to print the schedule.

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At an event, meeting the right people at the right time makes all the difference. The Appointments Scheduler helps you do just that. Follow the steps below to learn the basics and ensure your networking stays smooth and productive.

1 Open your schedule. Click on the link or button within the invitation email to access your personal schedule.

 
2 Book an appointment. Click Create Appointment in the top-left. Select an appointment type, then click Add next to Attendees.
 
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A list of available attendees will appear. Use the search box at the top to filter the list by name, email, company, or title. Click on an attendee, then click Add 1 Attendee.
 
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Or, if the planner of the event is allowing new attendees to be added, create an attendee. Type the attendee's name in the search box, then click Create Attendee.
 
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Enter the attendee's email address, then click Continue.
 
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Click Add Attendee.
 
Click Choose next to Time and Location.
 
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Available time slots and locations will appear by day. Use the arrows at the top to move to another date. Click on a time slot to add it to your appointment.

Or, specify your own time frame. Some events may have appointment types that allow you to book any time within a specified timeframe. For example, if Ballroom A is available from 2:00-5:00 PM, you can choose to book Ballroom A from 2:30-4:30. Add a start time, end time, and location, then click Confirm.
 
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Give your appointment a subject and, if necessary, a description. Anyone who can see your schedule and book appointments with you will see this information.

To add a private note viewable by only you and the attendee you're booking the appointment with, click Add next to Private Note. Add your note, then click Add next to Viewers and select who should be able to see this note. Then click Add 1 Viewer.

 
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The event planner may have added custom questions for you to answer pertaining to the appointment type you're booking. If this is the case, click Edit next to Additional Questions.
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Answer the question, then select who else should be able to see your answer under Viewers. Click Save.

The event planner may be requiring approval before the appointment is booked. If this is the case, click Request Approval to send it to the planner to approve. You'll receive an email when the planner approves or denies your appointment, and the appointment will be placed on your schedule with "Approval Pending" in orange.

 
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If they're not requiring approval, you can move forward with booking the appointment. Click Send Appointment Invitation, and an email will be sent to the attendee for them to accept or decline your invitation.

Or, block off time. Have you already scheduled an offsite lunch or another meeting that you don't want to book over? Block off time on your schedule so that other hosts can't send you an appointment request during that time. Click Create Appointment in the top-left. Under Appointment Type, click Block Off Time.
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Enter a date, start time, end time, subject, and, if necessary, a description. Then click Block Off Time.

3 Accept or decline appointment invitations. When an appointment host sends you an appointment invitation, the appointment will appear on your schedule with a dotted line border. Click on the appointment to open it.

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From here, you can accept or decline the appointment, propose a new time, and add the appointment to your personal calendar.
 
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4 Change your views. Toggle your view to Directory in the top-right to see a list of attendees that you can book appointments with.
 
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Toggle your view to Calendar to see your appointments on a calendar.
 
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Click Confirmed Appointments to see your appointments in a list view.
 
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Then, click and drag the indicator within the zoom scale to expand or contract the time slots.
 
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Use the Day dropdown in the top-right to change the weekly calendar view to 1 Day, 3 Day, 5 Day, or 7 Day.
 
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Use the Sessions dropdown in the top-right to show all of your sessions on the calendar, only sessions the event planner has marked as "busy," or no sessions at all. This allows you to see the sessions that you've registered for on the calendar so that you don't book appointments during those times.
 
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5 Print your schedule. Click User-added image in the top-right, and a print preview will appear. Choose the days, whether you want to include confirmed appointments, unconfirmed appointments, sessions, and blocked off time, and which appointment details you want to appear. Click Continue.
 
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Your computer's printer options will appear. Click OK to print the schedule.

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At an event, meeting the right people at the right time makes all the difference. The Appointments Scheduler helps you do just that. Follow the steps below to learn the basics and ensure your networking stays smooth and productive.

1 Open your schedule. Click on the link or button within the invitation email to access your personal schedule.

 
2 Book an appointment. Click Create Appointment in the top-left. Select an appointment type, then click Add next to Attendees.
 
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A list of available attendees will appear. Use the search box at the top to filter the list by name, email, company, or title. Click on an attendee, then click Add 1 Attendee.
 
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Or, if the planner of the event is allowing new attendees to be added, create an attendee. Type the attendee's name in the search box, then click Create Attendee.
 
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Enter the attendee's email address, then click Continue.
 
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Click Add Attendee.
 
Click Choose next to Time and Location.
 
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Available time slots and locations will appear by day. Use the arrows at the top to move to another date. Click on a time slot to add it to your appointment.

Or, specify your own time frame. Some events may have appointment types that allow you to book any time within a specified timeframe. For example, if Ballroom A is available from 2:00-5:00 PM, you can choose to book Ballroom A from 2:30-4:30. Add a start time, end time, and location, then click Confirm.
 
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Give your appointment a subject and, if necessary, a description. Anyone who can see your schedule and book appointments with you will see this information.

To add a private note viewable by only you and the attendee you're booking the appointment with, click Add next to Private Note. Add your note, then click Add next to Viewers and select who should be able to see this note. Then click Add 1 Viewer.

 
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The event planner may have added custom questions for you to answer pertaining to the appointment type you're booking. If this is the case, click Edit next to Additional Questions.
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Answer the question, then select who else should be able to see your answer under Viewers. Click Save.

The event planner may be requiring approval before the appointment is booked. If this is the case, click Request Approval to send it to the planner to approve. You'll receive an email when the planner approves or denies your appointment, and the appointment will be placed on your schedule with "Approval Pending" in orange.

 
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If they're not requiring approval, you can move forward with booking the appointment. Click Send Appointment Invitation, and an email will be sent to the attendee for them to accept or decline your invitation.

Or, block off time. Have you already scheduled an offsite lunch or another meeting that you don't want to book over? Block off time on your schedule so that other hosts can't send you an appointment request during that time. Click Create Appointment in the top-left. Under Appointment Type, click Block Off Time.
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Enter a date, start time, end time, subject, and, if necessary, a description. Then click Block Off Time.

3 Accept or decline appointment invitations. When an appointment host sends you an appointment invitation, the appointment will appear on your schedule with a dotted line border. Click on the appointment to open it.

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From here, you can accept or decline the appointment, propose a new time, and add the appointment to your personal calendar.
 
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4 Change your views. Toggle your view to Directory in the top-right to see a list of attendees that you can book appointments with.
 
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Toggle your view to Calendar to see your appointments on a calendar.
 
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Click Confirmed Appointments to see your appointments in a list view.
 
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Then, click and drag the indicator within the zoom scale to expand or contract the time slots.
 
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Use the Day dropdown in the top-right to change the weekly calendar view to 1 Day, 3 Day, 5 Day, or 7 Day.
 
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Use the Sessions dropdown in the top-right to show all of your sessions on the calendar, only sessions the event planner has marked as "busy," or no sessions at all. This allows you to see the sessions that you've registered for on the calendar so that you don't book appointments during those times.
 
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5 Print your schedule. Click User-added image in the top-right, and a print preview will appear. Choose the days, whether you want to include confirmed appointments, unconfirmed appointments, sessions, and blocked off time, and which appointment details you want to appear. Click Continue.
 
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Your computer's printer options will appear. Click OK to print the schedule.

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At an event, meeting the right people at the right time makes all the difference. The Appointments Scheduler helps you do just that. Follow the steps below to learn the basics and ensure your networking stays smooth and productive.

1 Open your schedule. Click on the link or button within the invitation email to access your personal schedule.

 
2 Book an appointment. Click Create Appointment in the top-left. Select an appointment type, then click Add next to Attendees.
 
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A list of available attendees will appear. Use the search box at the top to filter the list by name, email, company, or title. Click on an attendee, then click Add 1 Attendee.
 
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Or, if the planner of the event is allowing new attendees to be added, create an attendee. Type the attendee's name in the search box, then click Create Attendee.
 
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Enter the attendee's email address, then click Continue.
 
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Click Add Attendee.
 
Click Choose next to Time and Location.
 
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Available time slots and locations will appear by day. Use the arrows at the top to move to another date. Click on a time slot to add it to your appointment.

Or, specify your own time frame. Some events may have appointment types that allow you to book any time within a specified timeframe. For example, if Ballroom A is available from 2:00-5:00 PM, you can choose to book Ballroom A from 2:30-4:30. Add a start time, end time, and location, then click Confirm.
 
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Give your appointment a subject and, if necessary, a description. Anyone who can see your schedule and book appointments with you will see this information.

To add a private note viewable by only you and the attendee you're booking the appointment with, click Add next to Private Note. Add your note, then click Add next to Viewers and select who should be able to see this note. Then click Add 1 Viewer.

 
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The event planner may have added custom questions for you to answer pertaining to the appointment type you're booking. If this is the case, click Edit next to Additional Questions.
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Answer the question, then select who else should be able to see your answer under Viewers. Click Save.

The event planner may be requiring approval before the appointment is booked. If this is the case, click Request Approval to send it to the planner to approve. You'll receive an email when the planner approves or denies your appointment, and the appointment will be placed on your schedule with "Approval Pending" in orange.

 
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If they're not requiring approval, you can move forward with booking the appointment. Click Send Appointment Invitation, and an email will be sent to the attendee for them to accept or decline your invitation.

Or, block off time. Have you already scheduled an offsite lunch or another meeting that you don't want to book over? Block off time on your schedule so that other hosts can't send you an appointment request during that time. Click Create Appointment in the top-left. Under Appointment Type, click Block Off Time.
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Enter a date, start time, end time, subject, and, if necessary, a description. Then click Block Off Time.

3 Accept or decline appointment invitations. When an appointment host sends you an appointment invitation, the appointment will appear on your schedule with a dotted line border. Click on the appointment to open it.

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From here, you can accept or decline the appointment, propose a new time, and add the appointment to your personal calendar.
 
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4 Change your views. Toggle your view to Directory in the top-right to see a list of attendees that you can book appointments with.
 
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Toggle your view to Calendar to see your appointments on a calendar.
 
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Click Confirmed Appointments to see your appointments in a list view.
 
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Then, click and drag the indicator within the zoom scale to expand or contract the time slots.
 
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Use the Day dropdown in the top-right to change the weekly calendar view to 1 Day, 3 Day, 5 Day, or 7 Day.
 
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Use the Sessions dropdown in the top-right to show all of your sessions on the calendar, only sessions the event planner has marked as "busy," or no sessions at all. This allows you to see the sessions that you've registered for on the calendar so that you don't book appointments during those times.
 
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5 Print your schedule. Click User-added image in the top-right, and a print preview will appear. Choose the days, whether you want to include confirmed appointments, unconfirmed appointments, sessions, and blocked off time, and which appointment details you want to appear. Click Continue.
 
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Your computer's printer options will appear. Click OK to print the schedule.

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