Access the Calendar View and Agenda from Your Sagenda Dashboard
Finally, we’ve got some good news to share! The calendar view and agenda are now available from your Sagenda dashboard. Along with the integration of Stripe and Google Calendar (we’re getting there, promised), this is one of your most common requests. As the saying goes, don’t make promises you can’t keep. Once in your dashboard, you are now able to access a calendar view displaying all your bookings.
A calendar is an essential tool in planning and managing your client bookings. This is why you are now able to use your calendar view straight from your dashboard. Enter your reservations tab and you may access your calendar view link opening in another window: this means you may use both your Sagenda account and have an overview of existing bookings.
Agenda View (aka List view)
Calendar View and Agenda Display
Well, it’s not exactly a calendar view but rather 4 views: you can access the calendar (daily, weekly and monthly views) and also the agenda display. This should keep picky customers happy! In terms of features, you may see and cancel your bookings. Furthermore, you may also block and unblock events so as to open or close bookings.
The calendar and agenda are also available on mobile platforms. The new features are only a click away in your own pocket along with our iOS and Android applications.
At Sagenda, we’re planning lots of surprises; so don’t be a stranger!
A high-quality technical documentation ensures an optimized customer satisfaction. This is why the New Year is also the best time for good resolutions: our Sagenda API has already set its goals and built strength for 2020. Here are the key changes:
When is your agenda due to start? Would you like to display the daily calendar and hide the monthly calendar? You have already defined these settings in your Sagenda account so you may now have access to plenty of settings using the API.
Recently, the Sagenda API allowed access to the list of free events so users could book, cancel or block any of them. Now, you may have also the list of information concerning existing bookings. Thus, you may automate (import/export/synchronize) bookings using your various business applications and Sagenda.
A car without wheels doesn’t get you anywhere. Providing a clear explanation, a detailed documentation and a testing sandbox is as important as ever for an API. Therefore, we have replaced the former Sagenda documentation with a new version readily available from the PostMan platform: https://documenter.getpostman.com/view/3283093/SW7aXT2M?version=latest
Are you a developer interested in Sagenda or have some API questions? Feel free to drop up a line.
Sagenda Scheduling for Android Is Now Available on Google Play
Sagenda is now launching its online scheduling app for Android devices. Making online reservations has never been easier: from booking school classes, outdoor activities to massage appointments, it’s all done online and most of it on mobile devices.
Therefore, Sagenda for Android fills in the gap of an existing need requested by our loyal customers: mobile apps drive the growth of cross-industry online booking due to high smartphone penetration. Since Android accounts for 76% of the worldwide mobile market share, Sagenda as a scheduling app targets a mature and ever-changing mobile economy leading to complex revenue opportunities.
According to recent reports, one third of people use mobile booking apps while most of last-minute bookings are made on mobile handheld devices. These are strong indicators that desktop bookings will no longer dominate the market of online businesses. In line with this trend, Sagenda for mobile may be used across the entire Android ecosystem. All you need to do is open Google Play, search for “Sagenda Scheduling” app and click “Install” on your Android device.
Easy to use and boasting a sleek design, Sagenda for Android allows users to display their existing bookings or appointments. In the near future, additional features will be available such as real-time booking management for cancellation, removal or inclusion of new bookings.
Imagine you’re already on holiday away from your desktop: how convenient to edit or cancel your reservation right where you are. Get onboard and install “Sagenda Scheduling” for Android!
Sagenda Scheduling for iOS Is Now Available from the App Store
Sagenda is now launching its online scheduling app for iOS devices. Making online reservations has never been easier: from booking school classes, photography lessons to massage appointments, it’s all done online and most of it on mobile devices.
An iOS app generates 83% more revenue compared to Android. Therefore, it makes sense to launch a Sagenda scheduling app for iOS considering the profit share on iOS is much higher. Furthermore, iOS is less time-consuming thanks to Apple’s user-friendly graphical interface.
Sagenda is an app that may be used across the entire iOS ecosystem. All you need to do is open the App Store, search for “Sagenda Scheduling” and click “Install” on your iOS device. Easy to use, Sagenda for iOS allows users to display their existing bookings or appointments. In the near future, additional features will be available such as real-time booking management for cancellation, removal or inclusion of new bookings.
Imagine you’re already on holiday away from your desktop: how convenient to edit or cancel your reservation right where you are. Get onboard and install “Sagenda Scheduling” for iOS from the App Store!
New Sagenda Features: Registration Closed Earlier and Concurrent Event Management
Usually, an improved time management is all you need to enhance your work productivity. As a result, Sagenda has just come up with two features for the online booking process: on one hand, the option of closing registration at any given cut-off time and on the other hand, the option of blocking concurrent events to maximize ROI on an item-exclusive booking event.
Close Registration at the Right Time
To achieve a better flexibility, you may now enable a feature in order to close online booking at a specific cut-off time. For example, imagine your concert event does not sell well: you can close the online registration at the very last minute; in case of a sold-out chalet, owners may close registration well in advance.
For each event pattern, registration can be closed at any given time: X minutes, hours or days ahead to ensure flexible planning and improved client communication.
Multitasking is nothing but a myth debunked! Online booking processes are often supported by short-staffed departments. Although most companies offer a wide range of services, which are easily handled by an online scheduler, booked services often exceed offline process management.
For those of you who would like to focus on an item-exclusive booking event, you may now enable a feature to block concurrent events. For example, an understaffed spa center may choose to focus on massages and temporarily block other services.
Why not give it a go and let us know what you think of the latest Sagenda features! For questions or suggestions, feel free to contact our technical support.
15+ Amazing WordPress Blogs and Resources You Should Follow in 2019
WordPress is arguably one of the best CMS in the world and it powers one-third portion of the entire web. That number is absolutely, totally, awesome! and day by day this number increasing as the future bloggers would like to use the WordPress platform. As a direct result, more and more people search for on-point different WordPress essentials like themes, advice, and tutorials around some common topics related to the platform. People are searching about WordPress sources to build a WordPress blog with some small steps. It began as a blogging platform, but now it’s virtually the operating system of the Web with most of the market share. It has become a huge industry probably one of the largest where there are many products and services built on WordPress. It’s been a big demand for current bloggers era.
So where to go for that? How to live? How about you start with the list we have for you today… here we trying to make a list of some trustworthy WordPress resources. Here are the 15 amazing blogs about WordPress to read in 2019:
WPBeginner is the biggest hub of WordPress tutorials. It is one of the most popular WordPress blogs and is famous for it’s easy to understand tutorials which are exclusively for beginners (as the name suggests). Started in 2009 by Syed Balkhi, it has quickly emerged as one of the most authentic sources of WordPress information. Over the years WPBeginner has not only gained the trust of many WordPress users but also of some influential content marketing personalities. The likes of Neil Patel and Chris Bogan have shown their trust by mentioning the blog on their websites.
I might be a bit biased here, but the fact remains fact; WPExplorer is without any doubt one of the best WordPress blogs out there. I mean, there’s just so much you can learn here on WPExplorer. Wondering what’s on the menu? From detailed tutorials, theme and plugin reviews to tips and great how-to guides, WPExplorer is one resource you want to bookmark right this minute. In between the great posts, we also publish giveaways and exclusive deals that can save you a whole lot of money.
Looking for expert recommendations and in-depth advice? WPMU DEV is one of the strongest blogs for WordPressers out there. The guys at WPMU DEV cover very interesting topics and somehow manage to do it in an equally interesting way. On this blog, you can find WordPress-related posts from multiple categories, everything from beginner to advanced topics. WPMU DEV will provide you with some of the best tutorials and tips in the community.
The Elegant Themes blog offers amazing WordPress tips, tutorials and updates about their new WordPress themes & plugins. The blog features respectable WordPress bloggers such as Kevin Muldoon, Brenda Barron and Jacqueline Thomas among others.
WP Tavern is the main news site in the WordPress community. It brings you a daily dose of news stories on all WordPress-related topics. Check it out to stay updated with all the latest releases, announcements, events, plugins, themes, general goings-on and etc. Chances are if anything happens in the world of WordPress, WP Tavern will cover it.
WPLift features WordPress guides, tutorials, and tips from some of the best WordPress bloggers around. Plus they’ve got some great deals to boot. This plus a focus on entry-level users makes WPLift a great blog to follow for WordPress knowledge.
Unless you started using WordPress recently, you must have heard a thing or two about Chris Lema – a top-level WordPress blogger who has been called in to advise the likes of WooThemes, iThemes, Reaktiv, WP101 and more. He blogs about eCommerce, freelancing, memberships, e-learning, and presentation among other WordPress-related topics.
This is us! CodeinWP covers myriads of WordPress content, starting from tutorials on WordPress usage, to the company’s transparency reports, to plugin lists, to top theme lists, to in-depth research posts. Check out CodeinWP if you want to learn about WordPress overall, and find out not only about the platform’s tech-related inner workings, but also the business side of things. The goal is to give you in-depth information about various WordPress resources, but also deliver it in an easy to understand form.
WP Mayor is one of the most recognizable brands in the WordPress space. It’s known for covering various related topics, starting from tutorials, to WordPress themes, plugins, exclusive deals, and even e-commerce for WordPress. WP Mayor also hosts giveaways and publishes product reviews, should you ever need a new theme or plugin and want to find out if it’s going to work for you.
I don’t know how they came up with the name, but it surely grows on you after a while. But the name isn’t the reason WPEka made it to this list; the blog publishes great opinion posts, theme and plugin reviews, and in-depth tutorials several times a week.
WPKube delivers lots of great insights from various categories, such as beginner guides, security, themes, plugins, news, product reviews, advanced tutorials, quick WordPress tips, and tricks. The site’s main goal is to provide in-depth information and great insights on everything related to WordPress.
Torque is a WP Engine publication, and it comes with both advanced and beginner-friendly tutorials and guides. On top of that, it also covers various news stories and interviews with people working with WordPress.
Torque keeps its posts in well-defined categories, catering to different types of readers: community, beginners, developers, and “learn” (their how-to section). Also, there are separate sections for themes and plugins.
Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced WordPress user, you can always learn something from Bob Dunn. He is kind of big deal, so you better pay attention when he takes to the stage. You can also follow his podcast for even more WordPress goodness.
ManageWP allows you to manage multiple WordPress sites from a single dashboard, saving you lots of time and effort. I’m not trying to pull your leg, it’s really convenient, especially if you struggle to manage your sites. Featuring top-level writers and developers such as Vladimir Prelovac, Charnita Fance, and Brenda Barron among others, the ManageWP blog shares tutorials, tips, reviews, opinions, news, business advice, themes and plugins among others.
WPsetup is a new blog that aims to be to go to resource for anyone wanting to install and setup WordPress. Their guides are super easy to follow and will have you up and running in no time!
They also cover numerous other topics, from the best managed WordPress hosts to WordPress plugins, SEO, Monetisation and more. WPsetup is an excellent new WordPress resource you should check out today.
Backing up your WordPress website is necessary if you want to make sure your website stays safe and secure. It gives you peace of mind that you can easily restore your website and continue doing business as usual, instead of suffering downtime while you rebuild your site. You now know how to backup and restore your WordPress website for free so there is no excuse to delay. Download either one of the plugins mentioned in this tutorial and set up your backup schedule: https://websitesetup.org/wordpress-backup/