06-04-2017 06:04 PM
Makes me so angry @N1ghtW1ng we were 25 meters away and going back and forth, they took the stuff that was worth money and left the stuff that isn't worth as much, he's two weeks away from his finishing his apprenticeship too.
07-04-2017 04:36 PM
@j95 could you just use a google form?
07-04-2017 04:41 PM
07-04-2017 05:01 PM
Hmm let me know if the steps in this tutorial thing work:
Or just go here and have a crack at it
When you're done, click send and then click the "< >" option, that'll give you the code you need to embed it in a web page
You'll probably be able to work out when i figured out how to do this by when Infobus forms started getting embedded @j95
07-04-2017 05:04 PM
ok great thanks, I'm looking now, do you know if theres an option for a drop down box where the options disappear once they have been selected? so for booking times etc if 4:15 is taken I dont want it show up anymore if thats a thing i can do @Ben-RO
07-04-2017 05:15 PM
Hmm, that's a very good question @j95 I am just trying to think through ways to do this with google forms. There might be another tool out there that lets you do it though. Maybe @Ngaio-RO could suggest one?
07-04-2017 05:28 PM
07-04-2017 05:51 PM
Hey @j95 Don't underestimate the benefits of speaking directly to someone.
I'm old and I'm the kind of person that skips straight past online booking forms and will call instead. I never trust online booking forms for that type of work. I always prefer to speak to the contractor directly.
Have you thought about doing a bit of focus testing, before you put lots of energy and some money into it? You could call around anyone you know that fits the demographic who would use your business and ask them how they most like to book services.
07-04-2017 05:52 PM
07-04-2017 05:54 PM
You click responses in the form, then click "create sheet" then click across to the form and click "tools" and then "notification rules"
You can set it up to sling you an email every time someone sends you a form