Hi Jay only thing with MailChimp is to have it connected with your WP site. I think there is plugins already that are doing that. EA use build in WP functions for sending email and after you install that MailChimp it will redirect all email through it.
There is extension plugin that provide additional features like Google Calendar integration, Twilio, iCal files in email etc. 🙂
Found a mistake, filled in in the customisation that I filled in the settings “Sent from” a name, not an email address. Now Emails are coming through to me as admin, however to me as client only after I’ve changed status to ‘confirmed’. Will there be no email for pending?
The email text though doesn’t indicate the time zone – see questions below.
Please delete previous comment above as it contains our data.
Two more questions came up:
– Location setting: Does your plugin aligns with user’s location? We’ve customers around the world, website setting US time, me working in South Africa.
– Autofill: We want to integrate the calendar into the registration process however avoid that the trial user has to fill in his details twice – once when registering with us, and a second time when he books in the same process the introduction call. Is there a way of auto filing the data the user just signed up with our registration into EasyAppointment?
Hi, it should send for pending also emails. Do you have any content in Pending email template?
Regarding timezone there is no way of showing that atm.
For Locations you can create a separate pages with predefined location, so user will not have to choose Location.
Autofill exist but it’s based on Browser level. If same user visits form for the second time values are going to be auto populated. 🙂
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“EA relay on build in email function of the WordPress”
Thank you, really great Plugin. I do have the same situation, and guess that’s the solution. We are going to connect to MailChimp, however I feel I am missing the point 🙂 Could you kindly explain how to activate/ set up the build in email function of the WordPress, please?
Also: Do you offer a premium/ paid version, and if – what advantages are in the paid version?