With Talent Software Easy Schedule, you can easily book one or more interviews - with just a few keystrokes. Best of all? By linking your Google or Outlook calendar, we automatically find free times in your calendar that candidates can then book. In addition, you can choose to adapt everything from how long your interviews should be to which days of the week you want to be able to be booked.

All you need to do to get started with Easy Schedule is to:

  1. Go to Settings

  2. Click on Easy Schedule

  3. Click on the button to Link your calendar

  4. Follow the instructions to link your Google or Outlook calendar

  5. Now your calendar is connected! 🗓

The next step is to create your first booking page & customize your calendar settings:

  1. Click the Change Settings button

  2. Click Add Scheduling Page

  3. Fill in all information under the Event Info tab:

    Meeting Name / What should new events be called? ✏️

    This means that you can choose what you want your interviews to be called. The name will then be visible to candidates when they book interviews.

    E.g. Sales Associate | Telephone interview | 30 min

    Meeting Location / Where will the event be held? 📍

    This means that you can choose where you want your interviews to be held.

    E.g. Drottninggatan 25, 111 51 Stockholm, or Digital

    Duration / How long is each event? 🕚

    This means that you can choose how long you want your interviews to be.

    Ex. 45 min

  4. Fill in all information under the tab Availability

    Opening Hours / When can you book an event?

    Choose which days and times you want to be able to be booked.

    E.g. Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays only (Between 10: 00-12: 00)

    Future Limit / How far in the future can you book an event? 🗓

    This means that you can choose how long in the future you want to be able to be booked

    E.g. 2 weeks ahead

  5. Done! 🎉 You have now created your first booking page.



    Ready to invite candidates to a meeting? Follow this guide 👈

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