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ez Schedule Manager

Description

ez Schedule Manager is a WordPress plugin which allows you to manage incoming schedule requests. In case you offer contact requests or simple booking on specific dates or times, this is the right plugin for you.

Live Demo

Frontend

Features

  • Manage incoming requests
  • Add, edit and delete public requests
  • Add your own private or public requests
  • Blocked times for lunch breaks!
  • Choose available days in a week
  • Watermarked Email notifications
  • 1 schedule / site

Premium Features

  • Unlimited schedules / site
  • All schedule options available
  • No watermarks
  • Email support
  • Regular updates
  • … and many more features!

A few examples

  • Photography studios: let your customers schedule their photo shootings online.
  • Private teachers: make individual lesson plans for students.
  • Insurance companies: customers can “book” their contact person for comfortable appointments.
  • And many more! Increase your customers satisfaction with ez Form Calculator.

Screenshots

  • Frontend form
  • Backend form
  • Backend options

Installation

First, log in to your WordPress admin panel and head over to the Plugins section. Click on “Install” » “Upload” and select the downloaded zip-file to install.

After the installation was successful, you should see a new section labeled “ez Schedule Manager” in the control panel.

More documentation at the ez Schedule Manager website.

FAQ

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Contributors & Developers

“ez Schedule Manager” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

1.1

  • Date/Time values would not be sent in emails, occasionally.

1.0

  • Initial Version