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Book Meeting & Personal Scheduling Pages: A Minimalistic New Look

Maddy Osman

By Maddy Osman on Dec 07, 2018

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It’s no secret that we’re proud of our beautiful personal scheduling pages.

Our enterprise scheduling tool eases the friction associated with finding a mutually-beneficial time to meet. Personal scheduling pages add additional organization to your efforts by making it possible personalize scheduling pages in terms of company branding and specific meeting types.

Thanks to our latest user interface (UI) changes, the whole enterprise scheduling process has become even better than ever.

The Latest Changes in “Book Meeting”

The major book meeting user interface changes (as part of the latest enterprise scheduling release) primarily focus on how you can better make use of personal scheduling pages.

One of the biggest new changes is the ability to customize the introduction you send with an email designed to book a meeting time with your recipient. Change “Tap or click a time that works for you.” to whatever makes the most sense, and it’ll be saved so that you can use it again in future emails. There’s no need to customize this messaging for every email exchange if you don’t need to!

This new update eliminates the need to send a follow up email adding context to a book meeting request.

Book Meeting & Personal Scheduling Pages: A Minimalistic New Look

Users also now have the opportunity to add a call to action in addition to shared potential meeting time slots. If your selected time slots don’t work for recipients, they’ll have the option to see more times on your calendar. From there, you’ll have the opportunity to direct them to specific personal scheduling pages based on which one is most relevant.

Book Meeting & Personal Scheduling Pages: A Minimalistic New Look

Another big change to the enterprise scheduling Book Meeting user interface was the ability to share more available days — now five instead of three — in both scheduling pages and email sends.

To summarize the major enterprise scheduling changes, everything was redesigned to be more minimal so that the focus could be more prominently on the productivity goals users hope to achieve by using the tool. We’ve maximized more of what you can see and do within the user interface.

Final Thoughts: Book Meeting & Personal Scheduling Pages: A Minimalistic New Look

We’re constantly looking for new ways to improve our suite of sales productivity tools and the latest Book Meeting UI changes are just a few of the ideas we have in store. Have ideas of your own? Share them with the community and upvote others you’d like to see happen!

Are you excited about the latest Book Meeting UI changes? Share your enthusiasm by tweeting at @CirrusInsight!

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