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Connect your calendar
Navigate to your Calendar Connection page from the drop-down menu on the top right corner of your page. You can connect your calendar account from any of our integrated platforms:
Once connected, take a look at the settings on your Calendar Connection page. If there are multiple calendars on your email account, use Edit to choose which you would like Calendly to check for conflicts. Any events labeled busy in the selected calendars will be read as conflicts, and those times will be removed from your scheduling page. You can also select which calendar you would like your Calendly events added to.
When an invitee chooses an available time to meet with you, the details will be published to your connected calendar and the Scheduled Events tab on your Home page automatically.
Configure event types
When you sign up, Calendly adds three default event types to your account. You can customize these depending on your scheduling needs. Visit the Event Types tab from your Home page and click the event to open and edit its availability settings.
You can also add new event types to your scheduling page. Solo users can select from one-on-one or group events, and team accounts can add round robin, collective or group events to their pages.
An event between a user and one invitee
An event between a user and more than one invitee
An event with one invitee that is distributed to any available
An event between one invitee and the multiple
To customize the details on your scheduling page, expand the drop-down menu on the top right corner of your page and choose Account Settings. Here, you can edit the welcome message invitees will see when they arrive to schedule with you. Choose to show or hide the Powered by Calendly branding on your scheduling page as well.
Add your company's logo or update your personal scheduling link within your Account Settings using the options on the left. Once your availability and customizations are saved, you can share your link with invitees and start accepting meetings.