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The difference between a scheduling page and a public page
The difference between a scheduling page and a public page

Learn what each term means and the difference between them

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Written by Anni
Updated over a week ago

You may have come across the phrases 'scheduling page' and 'public page' when using Bookwhen and wondered what each term means.

This article covers:


Scheduling page

The scheduling page is where you (the admin) set up your events for your customers to eventually view and purchase tickets for.

Depending on your plan, you can have multiple scheduling pages on your account, each separate from the other, but you can manage each page under the same account.

Open your scheduling page(s) by selecting Scheduling from the left-hand menu:

✨ You can learn more information on managing scheduling pages here.


Public page

The public page is where your customers visit to book tickets to your events. Each page has a unique URL, and you can tailor the name and URLs for each page.

To navigate to the public page, select Scheduling from the left-hand menu, then View public page:

An example of a public page:

From here, you can also copy the link you can share with your customers:

✨ You can learn more information on customising your public page here and details on changing your page's URL here.


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