Bookly Cart Add-on allows your clients to book several appointments per session by placing them in a cart.
The new "Book More" button will be added to the summary step of the booking process. A click on this button will take the user back to the 1st step while retaining the current booking in the cart.
The admin area will treat these appointments separately. However, the Appointments list and Payments list will have a cart icon near each appointment that was booked as part of a cart.
At the moment, Cart cannot be enabled together with the WooCommerce online payment integration.
Setup and configuration
1. Purchase, download and activate Cart add-on in Plugins.
2. Go to Bookly menu > Settings > Cart. Check properties of the appointment that you want to display in a cart summary right before the booking confirmation:
Uncheck the box to hide the selected column.
You can change the order they go in, too – by dragging the sandwich icons.
3. To add a Cart step to your booking form, go to Appearance in Bookly menu and check the box next to the 'Show Cart step' option.
4. If you want to send a single Email/SMS notification for the entire booking (for all cart purchases), rather than a separate notification for every appointment booked, go to Bookly menu > Settings > Customers and enable Combined notifications. After this, you’ll see templates for combined notifications in the notifications area.
Bookly Cart add-on is available for purchase here.
Try this demo to get a better understanding of how the Cart works.
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