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This guide applies to:

  • Basic Edition
  • Plus Edition
  • Pro Edition
  • Business Edition

Introduction

The Notification Subject and Message fields use Twig Code Templates. These help you automatically add in information from each appointment.

This guide will help you personalize your Notifications to make each customer feel like you wrote it specially for them. And, if you’d like to start with a base message use our Default Notification Templates.

Visit our other guide for Advanced Twig Templates to further customize your notifications.


Basic Twig Code Templates to Copy and Paste

The following Twig Code Templates don’t need to be tweaked, just copy and paste them into your notification subject and message.

Customer Name

Collected from the Booking Form Name field:

{{ Appointment.customer_information.Name }}

OR

{{ customer_name }}

Admin Email

Collected from the Admin Email field inside General Settings:

{{ admin_email }}

Appointment Type Name

Collected from the Name field inside Appointment Type Settings > Basics tab:

{{ Appointment.AppointmentType.title }}

Customer Email

Collected from the Booking Form Email field:

{{ Appointment.customer_information.Email }}

OR

{{ customer_email }}

List of All the Customer Information Fields

Collects and lists out all the customer information fields used in the Booking Form:

{{ Appointment.customer_information_summary }}

Appointment Type Instructions

Collected from the Instructions field inside Appointment Type Settings > Basics tab:

{{ Appointment.AppointmentType.instructions }}

Link to Edit, Cancel or Reschedule the Appointment

To send the unique link to edit, cancel or reschedule the appointment, anyone with access to this link can make changes:

{{ Appointment.public_edit_url }}

Pretty link

Display a custom message in place of the rescheduling link, replace the text “Reschedule or Cancel Here” with anything you’d like.

{{ Appointment.public_edit_url | link('Reschedule or Cancel Here') }}

Appointment Date and Time

Display the Date and Time in the Admin’s/business timezone

{{ Appointment.business_start_date }}

Display the Date and Time in the customer’s timezone

{{ Appointment.customer_start_date }}

Your Website URL

Go to WordPress DashBoard > Settings > General and look for the URL section.

Go to Settings > General to find the two URLs

Here you’ll find two URLs, the WordPress Address and Site Address (page you set as the homepage). Sometimes these will both be the same.

To collect and use the WordPress Address URL:

{{ Global.site_url }}

To collect and use the Site Address URL:

 {{ Global.home_url }}

The Customer Booking URL and Page Title

To add in the URL where the customer booked the appointment on:

{{ booking_url }}

To add in the Page title where the customer booked the appointment on:

{{ booking_title }}

Payment Received

If your appointments are set up to accept payments, send the customer the total amount paid for the booking.

{{ Appointment.payment_received }}

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