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How it works
1 First, choose an appointment type and complete the payment
2 You will immediately get an email confirmation from my online calendar software (Acuity Scheduling, which I highly recommend)
3 The email will include a link to a Zoom video call
4 About 24 hours prior to the appointment, you will get a first reminder about the appointment
5 About 1 hour prior to the appointment, you will get a second reminder
6 At the time of the appointment, simply click on the Zoom link and join the video call
(Note: if you haven't used Zoom before, it takes just a minute to install. But just to be on the safe side, you should probably install it immediately after booking your first appointment).
Changing appointment date/time
The email you receive when you book the appointment will also have a link to Change the appointment.
Note: If you choose to re-schedule, you need to do it at least 24 hours before the appointment date/time.
Also, there is no need to tell me before re-scheduling, because when you choose a new appointment date and time, it is already based on my calendar availability.
Asking me questions prior to the appointment
Sometimes you might want to send me some kind of additional information about what you are building before the appointment, e.g. the flowchart of your Dialogflow conversation.
In that case, you can simply reply back to the email you get from Acuity Scheduling (when you complete the payment and book the appointment), and the reply comes straight to my inbox.
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