Gaps cost you money, time, and momentum
Other scheduling software is dumb. It doesn’t book like you. You tell it you’re open from 10 to 6. And it flings opens the floodgates.
🤖 “Greetings client 01101. Book wherever you want. I don’t care. I’m just a robot.”
So your clients pick random spots. And those random spots create gaps in your schedule. Big gaps. Small gaps. All which have you waiting between appointments instead of making money.
💔 /////////////////////////////////////// Oh no! Something is supposed to be embedded here but it’s missing.
It’s drunk Tetris. No one is trying to slot their blocks together neatly. They’re just stumbling around with a red cup in their hand wondering when Tyler is getting back with a fresh keg.
But never mind Tyler. Mind the gaps. They cost you time, money, and momentum. You don’t want them.
This is how other scheduling software works.
But it’s not how you work…
Book back to back—automatically
When a client asks you for a spot, you don’t just let them pick wherever they want. You give them options based on what you already have going on.
This is exactly how Hummingbook works. Hummingbook books your clients back to back—just like you—forming one seamless block of appointments. No gaps.
Example: Say Lauren texts you looking for a Perfection visit (1.5 hours) on Friday. You scan Friday and see someone is already booked from 2 to 3. Ok. No prob. You offer Lauren either a 11:30 or a 3:00. That way your day isn’t broken up.
No more downtime—unless you schedule it.
- Sail through your day without gaps
- Start later; go home earlier
- More time, more money, and more momentum
- Build in a consistent cushion (if you want)