The majority of the businesses that use TimeTap allow their clients to login so that clients can book appointments without having to re-enter all their info as well as view and making changes to their existing appointments. If you've lost the appointment confirmation or reminder email and need to cancel or reschedule your appointment, logging into the scheduler is a good way to go.
First, make sure that you have registered for the scheduler (info on how to register available here). Once you've got your email address and password set, you are all ready to login. Simply navigate to the businesses scheduling page and click the "Login" button in the top left:
If you're accessing the scheduler in a mobile browser click the menu icon on the top right corner to view the Login option:
Enter in the email address and password you set when you registered, and then click the "Login" button:
Once you've logged in, click the button to "View Appointments" to view the existing appointments you have set with the business:
This will open up your upcoming appointments where you can click the magnifying glass next to the appointment to enter into its appointment details page (hint: if you make appointments for your family members under the same email address, use the name dropdown in the top right to switch between family members):
On the appointment details page, hit the "Reschedule Appointment" button:
As mentioned in the intro to this documentation, if this button is disabled, then the time where you are allowed to reschedule your appointment as set by the business you're booking with has passed.
Clicking on the next button will take you to the screen where you can select a new date and time for your appointment. Select a date from the calendar and then a time from the list on the right and click next:
Pressing next will direct you back to the appointment details screen where you'll see the updated date and time:
You'll also receive an email confirming that you rescheduled the appointment with a new link to cancel or reschedule if you need to in the future.