How do I schedule a meeting for a client?

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    Tim DaGraca

    Hi Felicia Fe Meeks,

    Thanks for writing in! There is not a way to override this specific meeting; instead, you can remove the buffer and rescheduled the meeting with the associated buffer, for its same time. That way, the buffer would be removed, thus freeing up the slot for the next meeting. 

    Tim DaGraca
    Senior Product Specialist
    The Calendly Team

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    Hana Hajebian (Edited )

    I've done this for users of our product as well. The way I do it is by clicking into the event that they want to schedule a slot for, and click to view the event's live page (top right corner). From the live page, I choose the time slot they'd like and input their name and email info. Basically, I'm just scheduling it the same way that I would if I was the client. This way, they will still receive the confirmation and reminders to their email.

    Hana Hajebian
    Calendly Community Champion

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    Susan Greenhalgh

    Super helpful! Thank you!

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    Felicia Fe Meeks

    What if you're trying to schedule the meeting for a time that isn't offered due to the buffer settings you've implemented? I know I'm available but the time slot isn't showing due to settings. Is there a way to ad a meeting overriding these settings?

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    Tim DaGraca

    Hi Felicia Fe Meeks,

    Thanks for writing in! There is not a way to override this specific meeting; instead, you can remove the buffer and rescheduled the meeting with the associated buffer, for its same time. That way, the buffer would be removed, thus freeing up the slot for the next meeting. 

    Tim DaGraca
    Senior Product Specialist
    The Calendly Team

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