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    46 comments  ·  Microsoft Bookings  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Cody Sigmon commented  · 

    This is wildly popular... see all of the related ideas below:

    313 votes - Allow Group Services Booking (this page)
    231 votes - Option: more than one customer can book one timeslot
    165 votes - Allow more than one person to attend a booking
    178 votes - allow appointments with multiple staff members
    115 votes - Events with multiple customers
    78 votes - Groups in Bookings
    68 votes - be able to set number of bookings per staff member or resource per time period. i.e A staff member/resource could take 10 customers at a tim
    52 votes - Multiple attendees for one service

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    Cody Sigmon commented  · 

    My office offers trainings to people at our university on how to use Teams, Outlook, and OneDrive. The irony is that we can't use Bookings to have them sign up for these trainings because the fundamental assumption behind Bookings is that anyone using it is offering a one-on-one service. I would relish the opportunity to talk about our use-case so that Group Services would be a robust option for those of us using Microsoft products at enterprise scale.

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