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How to sign up for as a service provider

  1. Go to and click Get Started.
  2. Under Business Account, click Continue.
  3. Enter your business contact information. All boxes except for Address 2 are required.
  4. Select your Business Type by clicking the box to expand the list. Click a business type to select it. To select multiple business types, click the box again and click another business type. Every business type you select displays in the box below the list. To remove a business type, double-click it.
  5. If you do not see your business type, select Add New Type. A new field appears. Enter the new business type into the new field and click Add. reviews all business types. If approves the new type, your business automatically appears in the new category without further action from you.
  6. Enter your administrative contact information. The email address and password you enter here are the email address and password you will use to access your account. All boxes are required.
  7. Enter the Captcha code into the box. This proves that you are a human and helps us keep free of spam.
  8. Click Terms of Use to read the terms of use if you have not already read it.
  9. Select the I agree with check box to accept the terms of use.
  10. Click Continue.
  11. Check your email address for a confirmation message from When you receive the message, click the confirmation link to complete the registration process.

What to do next:

  • Set your office hours. Office hours are the hours that are available for clients to make appointments through They do not have to be the same as your actual business hours. For example, if your business hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. but you have a weekly staff meeting on Wednesday mornings, you can limit your Wednesday office hours to 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Invite clients and create client groups. Clients include people who already use your services and new clients.
  • Create the services or appointment types that your clients can book. For example, “Initial Appointment” or “Haircut.”
  • Add employees to your account. Employees can log in and manage the business calendar, client list, appointments, and other settings. You must have Premium to add employees.

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