Acuity Scheduling is a cloud-based appointment scheduling tool that enables business owners to manage their appointments online.
Canny is a user feedback tool that lets you keep track of all of your user feedback in one organized place.Canny Integrations
Acuity Scheduling + Google SheetsCreate a new row in the Google Sheets spreadsheet from new Acuity Scheduling appointments Read More...
Acuity Scheduling + SlackGet a Slack notification for every new Acuity Scheduling appointment Read More...
Acuity Scheduling + Google CalendarAdd new Acuity Scheduling appointments to Google Calendar as detailed events Read More...
Canny + Google SheetsAdd new Canny votes as spreadsheet rows in Google Sheets Read More...
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Triggers a specified time before an appointment starts.
Triggers when a new appointment is scheduled.
Triggers when a new comment is created.
Triggers when a new post is created.
Triggers when a new vote is created.
Triggers when a post's status is changed.
Block off a new range of time on your schedule.
Adds a new coupon code.
Changes a post's status.
Acuity Scheduling is a service that allows users to book business appointments online. It simplifies the process of booking appointments by allowing users to do so on a calendar, which can be accessed by both parties. Canny is an app that allows users to see if they are available to meet at a certain time or time range by simply swiping right if they are, and left if they are not. It allows users to be more flexible with scheduling meetings, as well as being able to give their availability more easily. It also allows for seamless integration of Acuity Scheduling and other calendars like Google Calendar. In this article, I will explain how the two apps integrate with each other, discuss the benefits of integration of these two systems, as well as discuss some possible drawbacks. I will also conclude with my own personal opinion of Canny and Acuity Scheduling.
In order for Canny to integrate with Acuity Scheduling, a user has to have the Canny app installed on their phone, and have Acuity Scheduling installed on their phone as well. This allows Canny to pull from the calendars of the user, and allow them to see when they are available to meet. However, there are some limitations to this integration. For example, there is no option to tell Canny the particular calendar that is being used by Acuity Scheduling. This means that all appointments in all calendars that are being used by the user must be seen in order for Canny to work properly. Another limitation is that if there are any conflicting appointments (for example, if a user is going to a meeting at 9:00 AM and has a 10:00 AM appointment), then it will show an availability for 8:59 AM instead of 9:00 AM for the meeting at 9:00 AM, even though the user is in fact attending the meeting. This is because the user will be unavailable at 9:00 AM because of the meeting at 10:00 AM. The app does not currently show how many appointments will be missed due to this conflict (if any. However, there are ways to mitigate this problem. For instance, users can go into their Acuity Scheduling calendar and edit appointments so they do not conflict with each other. This way, the availability shown by Canny can be accurate. Another way would be to not use Canny in conjunction with Acuity Scheduling at all, since it takes away some of its simplicity (not having to check multiple calendars.
One benefit of integrating Acuity Scheduling with Canny is that it enables users to see the availability of contacts who may not have Acuity Scheduling (or any other calendar that integrates with Canny. This allows users to know if contacts are available for meetings before they send out invites for meetings via email or text message. This eliminates much inefficiency in scheduling meetings and makes life easier for everyone. Another benefit of integrating Acuity Scheduling and Canny is that it allows users to utilize multiple calendars without having to switch between them. For example, if a user has three different calendars that they use regularly, they can access all three calendars within one app rather than switching between three different apps in order to do so. Additionally, it saves battery power and screen space on phones because there is only one app running versus three or four apps running at once. It also saves time because there is only one app that needs to be opened in order for the user to see when they are available and when they are not. Another benefit of integrating Acuity Scheduling and Canny is that it gives users more flexibility in scheduling meetings by giving them more options. For example, if a user was trying to schedule a meeting at 4:00 PM but had something else scheduled for 4:30 PM, they would be forced to choose between going to the first event or missing both events because of conflicting times. However, with integration of Acuity Scheduling and Canny, one could simply swipe left on 4:00 PM for the event at 4:00 PM, which would make them available for the event at 4:30 PM. In this way, the user could have options when scheduling events instead of being forced into choosing between two events every time something comes up that conflicts with one event. Another benefit of integrating Acuity Scheduling and Canny is that it allows for easier scheduling of meetings while driving or walking. All one has to do is swipe left or right depending on whether they want to attend an event or not instead of having to type out responses into a phone. It also makes it easier for people who are busy and have a lot going on because they can give their availability in real-time rather than having to figure out when they are free while typing out responses on their phone or computer.
Overall, I believe that Acuity Scheduling and Canny should keep integrating with each other because it simplifies the process of scheduling meetings for both parties invpved. Integrating these two systems helps eliminate inefficiencies in scheduling meetings by allowing users to see each other’s availability without having to guess what time works best for both parties invpved in a potential meeting request. Additionally, integrating these two systems creates more flexibility in scheduling meetings by making it possible for users to swipe left or right depending on whether they are attending an event or not instead of having to type out all of their availability in a response email or text message. The only drawback would be that it does require some extra work on behalf of both parties in terms of ensuring that their events don’t conflict with each other, but this work is worth it given the benefits that come along with integration of these systems. Overall, I am very happy with the integration of these two systems and believe that it makes life easier for everyone who uses Acuity Scheduling and/or Canny.
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