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Front-end Customer Panel

The Front-End Customer panel allows your customers to cancel their appointments or to make changes to their appointments. Thanks to the front-end customer panel, your customers will be able to create their profiles and make changes to their profiles, without being a WP user.

How to enable and configure the Front-end customer panel in the Booknetic WordPress Appointment Plugin.

Firstly, you need to add [booknetic-cp] shortcode on the page where you want to configure your customer panel. 

Front-end Customer Panel in the Booknetic - WordPress Appointment Booking and Scheduling system

After setting your Front-end Customer Panel page, you will need to enable the Front-end Customer Panel option. For this purpose, you are supposed to go through this directory: Booknetic>Settings>Front-end panels>Customer Panel and Enable Customer Panel. After enabling Customer Panel, you choose the page which you set up Front-end Customer Panel in. 

Front-end Customer Panel in the Booknetic - WordPress Appointment Booking and Scheduling system

In this section, you can determine the authorities that you can give your customers about their accounts. These include the following.

  • Allow customers to reschedule their appointments.
  • Allow customers to cancel their appointments.
  • Allow customers to delete their accounts.


Username and Passwords of Customers for Front-end panel

From Email and SMS Notification Settings, you will have the Access to Customer Panel option, which is for sending Usernames and Passwords of your customers. 

After enabling this option, you will need to add the following codes to the notification template. 

Front-end Customer Panel in the Booknetic - WordPress Appointment Booking and Scheduling system

{customer_panel_url}: Link of the page which you set up Front-end Customer Panel in. 
{customer_panel_password}: Randomly generated password of your customers. 

The username of your customers is their email address. So, it might be useful adding {customer_email} shortcode for notifying your customers about it. 

Once, they have randomly generated password, they can change and set a new password from their Customer Panel

Please keep in mind that, as far as email of your customers will be also their username, you will need to make an email address field is a required field for the correct configuration of your Front-end Customer Panel. 

Front-end Customer Panel in the Booknetic - WordPress Appointment Booking and Scheduling system