Finding Existing Appointments

One of the things you'll become a pro at while using TimeTap is navigating your schedule of appointments. It's an important thing to get really good at using so you can find appointments quickly and sort your lists for exactly what you want to see.

You can find existing appointments in the appointments lists that are available under the Appointments menu in the Lists tab and within a Client's Profile. You can also find all appointments (except for ones marked as cancelled) in you Calendar view.



Pros (and Cons) of using Calendar vs Lists

The additional documentation in this section goes through actually using the Calendar and actually navigating the List views. In the remainder of this documentation, we'll discuss when to use the Calendar versus when to use the List views.



Pros of using the Calendar view:

  1. You can use the Calendar view to get an easy snap shot of where you have available time to fit another appointment.
  2. You can use the Calendar View to easily change appointment times by dragging and dropping it to another day or time or extending the appointment timeslot
  3. You have Day, Week, & Month views preset here so you don't have to define custom ranges if you are looking to, say, view a different month than the current month which is the only preset option in the List views
  4. You can see your time off along side all of your other appointments


The Different Views of the Calendar

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Pros of using the List views:

  1. You can view appointments by status
  2. You can easily change appointment statuses by using the respective buttons at the top of each list
  3. You'll can see cancelled appointments which don't display on the Calendar view since they are no longer blocking your availability
  4. You can see a few more details about each appointment like any custom field information, the location, & the staff assigned to the appointment
  5. You can sort your view by a custom date range

The Different List Views

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