Outbound Calendar Synchronization updates external calendars (Google, iCal, Outlook) whenever an update is made to your Genbook calendar, by sending you an email.

To use calendar syncing via email updates, first make sure that email notifications are enabled on the staff’s Details page.

Staff notifications via email enabled

You can then choose the email sync option on the staff member’s Calendar syncing pages. Check the box next to “Use email updates” and save changes at the bottom of that page.

Calendar sync through email updates enabled

Genbook then sends a notification for every change to your calendar (new bookings, cancellations, edits and all other updates), regardless of whether the change is created by you, another staff member, or your customers. Blocks, moved or deleted appointments, and of course, any new appointments all trigger an email notification that updates the calendar attached to your email address.

The calendar invitation you receive is synchronized directly with your supported external calendar. If the event isn’t added automatically due to your calendar/email settings, click “Accept” or “Add to Calendar” when prompted.

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