In this final post and video on creating a fully-functional Calendar app using Bubble, you’ll see how the app link we added in the email gets used by your Clients. Check out the last post and video to see how to add an appointment link to an email. In the final video, you’ll learn how Bubble takes information from the link which allows you to show the information on a specific appointment. And your Clients can see this information too – without creating an account.
As a recap to this blog series and associated videos, you’ve learned the following:
- How to create a User account
- How to install the calendar plugin and add it to your app’s design
- How to create “available” time slots for your Clients
- How to let your Clients reserve a time slot
- How to create a list of time slots for you Clients
- How to filter the list of time slots based on duration
- How to send a confirmation email, including a link back to the app
- How to show appointment information and ability to cancel appointment
- How iterating on your design is a nature part of the development process
- How to create an app Clients can use without them creating an account
And all of this functionality was created in UNDER TWO HOURS using Bubble. You and your Clients can use this app right now as-is. This how-to series is a great example showing how Bubble is a “one-stop” shopping for you to create apps. There was NO COST at all in creating this app. This is why Bubble is such a powerful tool for you. If you have a full time job and have a side hustle creating an app, Bubble can be a game-changer for you. If you have a business or work in one where you need to automate some business processes, Bubble can help you.
Best wishes on your journey creating apps. If you have any comments or suggestions for other apps, please drop me a note. Your time is precious and you’re working hard to “live the dream” so I greatly appreciate your interest. Thank you again for your time.
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