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Online Booking Service Descriptions

Guide your clients so they book in for the correct service

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Written by Phoebe Davis
Updated over a week ago

Online Booking service descriptions will help you to make it clear to all of your clients that book online, exactly what it is they're booking. This will help make things clear for the client and measure expectations as well as encourage them to add all of the services they may need!

Find out below how to add these descriptions to your Online Booking flow.

Need more help with clients booking online - Take a look at this article that talks you through the steps when Booking Online!


Step by step to edit your service descriptions

You can set your service description in two places:

Under your service settings:

For this, go to the Menu > Staff & Business Settings > Service Prices & Timings and finally Service Description

Click on the category

Add the description and click on "DONE" to save the changes

Under your online booking setting:

Go to the Menu > Online Bookings, E vouchers & Payments.

Under general settings which is the first page to open up, scroll down to 'Service descriptions' at the bottom.

  • Click on Edit service descriptions to bring up a list of your categories!

  • Once you have selected a category that you'd like to start with you will see your services displayed like below with text boxes for you to add your descriptions.

  • When you have edited the description simply click 'done' here to save these changes and then 'x' out of the category menu using the 'x' on the top right corner.

That's all done!

What does it look like?

Service descriptions look like this on your online booking when added 😊

If you'd like some more clarity on this please check out the Article here with some templates that will help you to add the perfect descriptions! πŸ’œ

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