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Bookafy

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Description

Bookafy is an online appointment scheduling solution that has been specifically designed to help SMBs provide online appointment booking services for their clients, along with scheduling services for their employees.

Bookafy simplifies the scheduling process for business owners, making it easier to manage calendars and appointments via automation of a number of related processes, such organizing dates and confirming appointments.

Bookafy has a customer facing design and the UI is both sleek and intuitive. The software also offers a number of stand-out features, including Google 2-way sync, and IFrame site integration, which allows you to link from a site to a private subdomain.

Multi Language Support
Bookafy supports roughly 35 languages including Chinese, Japanese, German, French, Spanish, Hindi and many many more. Your clients will see language in the Businesses primary language.

Integrations
Bookafy integrates with the following apps and services: iCalendar, Microsoft Outlook, QuickBooks, Google Calendar, Zapier and MailChimp. Bookafy also has an API available for use.

Pricing
Bookafy uses a subscription pricing model, with plans starting from $10.00 per month. There is a free trial available (no credit card required). Bookafy Scheduling provides one free plan with full functionality and a limited number of appointments. The paid subscription service offers three plans to choose from, priced at $40 per month for 2-10 staff. for 11-39 staff the plan is priced at $60 per month. For 40+ staff the plans are priced to start from $100 per month

Bottom Line
Overall, Bookafy is a quality scheduling service that is both feature rich and easy to navigate. It provides quality integrations and has a number of great features including SMS text alerts and customized messaging. With multi language support and integration with big players such as MailChimp and Microsoft Outlook, you can see why many SMBs use Bookafy to cover their scheduling needs.