IN THIS ARTICLE

How to Create One Timeslot

How to Create Daily Timeslots

How to Create Weekly Timeslots

How to Create Monthly Timeslots

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How to Create One Timeslot

1. Click Add times +

2. By default, Frequency should be set to Once.

3. Add the date for your event in Start date. End date will be greyed out.

4. Add the Start time and End time.

5. Include Max capacity, if applicable.

6. Click Add times +.

7. Click Submit to add time to your event.

How to Create Daily Timeslots

1. Click Add times +

2. Set Frequency to Daily.

3. Add the first day for your event in Start date. End date should be the last day of your event.

4. Add the Start time and End time you want for each day's timeslots.

5. Include Max capacity, if applicable.

6. Click Add times +.

7. Click Submit to add time to your event.

How to Create Weekly Timeslots

1. Click Add times +

2. Set Frequency to Weekly.

3. Add the first day for your event in Start date. End date should be the last day of your event. Try to have at least one week between the two dates, for example, August 5th, 2020, and August 12th, 2020.

4. Add the Start time and End time you want for each day's timeslots.

5. Include Max capacity, if applicable.

6. Click Add times +.

7. Click Submit to add time to your event.

How to Create Monthly Timeslots

1. Click Add times +

2. Set Frequency to Monthly.

3. Add the first day for your event in Start date. End date should be the last day of your event. Try to have at least one month between the two dates, for example, August 3rd, 2020, and September 3rd, 2020.

4. Add the Start time and End time you want for each day's timeslots.

5. Include Max capacity, if applicable.

6. Click Add times +.

7. Click Submit to add time to your event.


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