Send Appointment Reminders from your Office365 Calendar

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How it works

A simple step-by-step guide for Office365 integration with Remelo

  1. 1

    Sync your Office 365 Calendar with Remelo

    Create an account with Remelo, then add the Office 365 Calendar to your account.

  2. 2

    Add your appointments to Office 365 Calendar

    As you add new appointments, we sync them to our database every ~5 minutes.

  3. 3

    Remelo sends your personalized reminders

    We send your appointment reminders at X amount of time before each appointment.

Easy setup

All done in 5 minutes

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Frequently asked questions

When you book an appointment, simply add the number of your client to the title of the event. We look for three different segments in each event. Your clients name, number and email address. Our software is clever enough to extract this – this allows us to send your clients a timely appointment reminder before their appointment.

If your client is based in the same country which your calendar is from, just write their number down naturally. If they're from a different country, add the number in international format.

Every ~5 minutes, we check your calendar(s). If we find new/deleted appointments, we update them in our database. When someone books an appointment on your online booking page, we do the same thing – we also update your Office 365 Calendar! This is a completely automated process, too.

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