Your business keeps you very, very busy. And for some of you out there, it requires you to make (and keep!) appointments with customers. We all now that WordPress is a beautiful thing, but did you know that it can also be your personal secretary? Well, not quite. But it can certainly help you keep your busy day all lined up.
We recommend five Wordpress plugins to help keep your busy schedule organized. When you need a way to make appointments, manage reservations and rentals, try these plugins for WordPress.
One of the oldest and most used plugins is the Booking Calendar on WordPress. It’s super simple to use and pretty much tried and true, so it’s a popular choice. This plugin offers you a calendar view to track appointments and your visitors can see the calendar view for open slots. Add this booking and appointment form to your WordPress post or page. It comes with many options and is simple enough for any beginner to use.
This is the plugin specifically designed to add an appointment booking management system to your WordPress site. You’ll just add the service you offer and then add the plugin shortcode into your page or post. This way, you can set available time slots for users to book and you can add lunch breaks, business hours and meeting hours to block out other scheduled times.
Using a Gravity Form is one of the easiest and best contact form plugs in WordPress. It has a built-in support for notifications so that your appointment confirmation will email right away.
This comprehensive WordPress booking plugin lets you add an online professional booking management system to your WordPress site where users book the appointment and pay via credit card or PayPal.
WP Simple Booking Calendar
This is a very simple, straightforward plugin for setting appointments. You just create your calendar and add it to your page or post with the shortcode. It doesn’t have hourly slots but users have to book the entire day. This is perfect for accommodations like rooms or per-day offerings.
Try these top five booking and appointment setting plugins for your WordPress.