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Setting up Online Booking like a Boss

One of the reasons you may have chosen Jane is for the online booking. Because it’s an area of your site that most staff rarely visit, the set up of the online booking page can sometimes be forgotten.

If you’re looking to learn how to brand your online booking page, we’ve created this guide for you here.

Linking from your Website

Jane creates a standalone website for your practice (e.g., yourclinic.janeapp.com) when you sign-up, and while you could use this site on its own, you may have your own personal clinic website as well that you’d like to link to your Jane Online Booking Site.

You’ll find your online booking address by clicking into Settings > Branding and scrolling to the bottom of the screen. Jane has made it extra easy for you to either copy the code provided (so that you have a “button”) on your clinic website or, simply copy and paste the hyperlink and add it to your clinic website.

How does my Online Booking page look?

Did you know you can check out how things are looking on your online booking site at any time by going to “Online Booking” from the drop-down menu under your name at the top right-hand corner of Jane?

To get back into the administrative side of Jane, click the Jane logo in the top right-hand corner.

Add Descriptions

An easy way to make your online site more robust is by adding more detail.

  • Disciplines Descriptions

    Give a description of the type(s) of therapy you offer. This really gives your online booking site some extra content and is a great place to explain the scope of practice or conditions treated.

    You’ll need an account with “Full Access.” Then find these descriptions from Settings > Disciplines - then click on a discipline to edit.

  • Treatment Descriptions

    You can add text to your Treatments that will display right on those “buttons” on online booking. Fantastic for little extras that patients need to know about for that type of booking - so “if this is your first visit or you have not been in for 6 months please choose an assessment appointment” or “please arrive 15 minutes early for this Initial Visit and Assessment”.

    You can say a lot or a little, and adding treatment descriptions can help reduce booking errors by giving your patients more direction on which treatment to book.

    You can find the description field by clicking on any treatment from the Settings > Treatment area or from the Staff Profile > Treatments Tab.

  • Staff Bios and Pictures

    This is one of the very first things that you will notice about the booking page. Staff Bios can help patients feel connected to a practitioner. This is a great place to list any announcements or special details about that staff member and can be edited or updated whenever necessary.

    Pictures can be helpful in giving that personalized and human touch. If you don’t have a picture, using a standard image, such as your logo, can help give the online booking page a more finished feel.