Re: Web-based scheduling plugin?
From: "Dick Margulis"
What I'm looking for is a free or cheap Web-based scheduling widget for a medical office.
Something to keep your eye on:
I haven't played with it, so I can't offer any recommendations, yet....
Thanks. I just took a look and so far it appears to be a personal calendar rather than a scheduler. The key difference is that you can only view the events you schedule for yourself. You cannot create a meeting/appointment for other people or view multiple users' calendars in parallel, such as you can when you "check availability" in Outlook.
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