Square launched Free Appointment Tool for Entrepreneurs

November 27, 2018  

Square launched Free Appointment Tool for Entrepreneurs

This morning I received an email that spawned the creation of this review video below and also this blog post.  

For years since hearing about the company Square, I've been a big fan. Originally they came into the marketplace to give entrepreneurs a way to take online payments in person with their mobile app.  They expanded into POS (Point of Sale) with their app, from there offered online invoicing.

As of today their suite of tools for small business entrepreneurs keeps growing and in my opinion they are putting fuel on the right fires.

Introducing Appointments by Square.

You see your customers are demanding more, and if you're in a business that works off of appointments, then you know it sometimes can be a hassle to nail down appointment times in the never ending game of email or phone tag.

Square launches FREE Appointment Tool for Entrepreneurs - Check it out and offer online booking for your clients and prospects.

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Giving your customers a view into seeing when you're available and allowing them to book online is where business is now.  Square has now made this easier for you...and affordable (FREE)...that is for 1 user and 1 calendar. 

The do offer paid options for teams, but I'm going to focus on the single user experience in this post and the video below.

I'm Impressed

I don't say that easily when it comes to online scheduling tools.  This product has all the bells and whistles many paid systems have and I'm sure more will follow.

Something is missing however...if you want to integrate it with a CRM system, it doesn't have that functionality.  This is not a deal breaker in my opinion, but it would be a great addition down the road.  Maybe we will see an integration with Zapier.com soon.

If you'd like to check it out go to http://www.square.ca

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