Simple Inked is designed to seamlessly manage the scheduling of appointments in your tattoo studio.
This article will look at how to schedule appointments in Simple Inked, and also how to add these appointments to POS for the client to pay.
To make an appointment, first go to your Appointment page and click a time slot in an operator column.
Now on the right side panel, use the Client Search to find the client you wish to book in for this appointment, click Search.
Click the clients name in the Search Results.
The Select Services window will pop up, so go ahead and chose from your service list the service(s) which the client wishes to book in for, then click Confirm.
How to add the client to POS to pay for their appointment.
The client's appointment is complete, and they are ready to pay.
Click the clients name on their appointment and Add Client To Sale.
The client, along with all of their appointments, will be taken across to POS (even if the services are spread across multiple operators).
Let's say Barry would also like to purchase some products, click the Add Items link and check out the options.
At this point the client can add any one of these items to their bill; an additional Service, perhaps a Product, a Gift Voucher, credit to their Account, Future Services or a Package. Make your selection, and use the menus on the right side panel to choose the item, and Save it to the sale.
When the client has all of their items in POS and they are ready to pay, click Receive Payment, choose the payment type, and Finish Sale.
You might have a Rebook Reminder pop up if you have enabled this setting in your Cash Register Settings, in Settings. You can drop down the Weeks menu to choose other options.
Bill paid. Back in the Appointments page, the clients appointment will turn grey to indicate that it has been paid for.
Note: Practice makes perfect, so go ahead and start creating your appointments and processing then through POS. When you are done having a play, you can login as an administrator and delete the 'pretend' transactions via the Transaction List in POS.