have booking tied to the Tenant Domain name
as will email the branding is of ultimate importance to our customers. this can not be deployed to customers until the URL is something that is branded both in look ( theme ) and in the client URL. I would suggest a sub domain of https://booking.company.com/
I like the concept of the product and will be able to leverage this into new and expanded O365 subscriptions but not in it's current form.
John Gaskell commented
Agree, we need to generate a url with our own tenant domain name. This would help make the service look personal to our business.
Pete Mahon commented
I wonder if it would be preferable to have the option of an embedded booking form in my site, either where it's encapsulated in an iFrame with custom CSS. This would negate the need to worry about domains or tenants at all.
Either way, tying the booking form to an arbitrary domain name (not the new one I use) is causing a branding issue.
Great product, just not ready for the big-time yet.
Anthony Martin commented
the ability to rename the URL too is very important. i.e if you change company name, or booking page details, you also need the option to change the URL
A general domain selection would add great benefit to this tool.
We should be able to select any domain already connected to our O365 subscription. And that is not only for the URL like already part of this idea but also for the mail address used for confirmations/reminders.
This would be great
Not only would this appear more professional for a business, but the Microsoft 365 Suite would offer users more value by integrating across programs.
germain metti commented
Agreed, that would look a lot more professional.
Just got off the phone with support about this issue. They are unable to make any change to the "organization-wide calendar" that bookings is generating with the [organization].onmicrosoft.com URL. It would be nice to tie/change this to the hosted and managed domain name I have with Office 365.
URL Masking should be allowed for the published URL
Kevin Barrett commented