Stop exposing yourself
Other online scheduling software forces you to list your hours. Great. Now you’re nailed down. And your hours are on display for the world to see.
What if you’re just starting? Or splitting your time between two jobs? Or maybe you just don’t want to hold consistent hours. Do you want your clients judging you for “not working enough”? Probably not.
And is this safe?? Do you really want people knowing when you’ll be in? When you’re leaving at night??
What about your lunch hours? And your other clients’ appointments? Is it anyone’s business to see the other appointments in your schedule?
No. No x 1000. Your schedule is your business alone; nobody else’s.
Keep your schedule private
Hummingbook only shows when you’re available—nothing more. You can change your hours on a whim, have irregular hours, or only let clients book two weeks (or days) in advance.
Book clients online without ever exposing your calendar.