Calendly allows you to choose when you would like to be available for each event type.
From your Event Types page, select the event you would like to edit. Scroll down to the "When can people book this event" section. Your default availability is 9:00am-5:00pm Monday through Friday, but this can be adjusted either one day at a time, or for several days at once.
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Set recurring weekly availability
To adjust your recurring availability, click the day you would like to edit. You can either change the interval, add a new interval, or remove all availability by making yourself unavailable. Once you've customized the intervals to your liking, set this availability to recur on that weekday by choosing Apply to all Wednesdays. You can also apply those recurring settings to multiple days of the week if your open hours repeat themselves throughout the week.
Set availability for specific dates
Start by clicking the day you would like to add custom availability to. Edit the interval and apply the changes to the specific date only.
Blackout specific dates from availability
- Remove your availability on specific dates within one event type
- Remove your availability on specific dates across all event types
Blackout a date by selecting the I'm unavailable option. Apply the changes to that date to prevent scheduled events.
To blackout a range of dates, select Or apply to multiple... and choose the days you would like to show as unavailable. You can disable scheduling for specific dates or for recurring days of the week.
To remove availability across all of your event types, create an event in your connected calendar during the dates or times you don't want to be available. Ensure it is marked as busy.
Control your availability date range
By default, events can be scheduled with you up to 60 rolling days in advance. You can edit this time frame within each event type depending on your needs. Adjust the number of rolling days, or only allow events during a specific date range. You can also allow events to be scheduled indefinitely.