you can book me is a booking service that integrates with your APU Google Calendar. Get a personalized scheduling page for your students or customers to book appointments, services, lessons, equipment...pretty much anything. Best of all your student or customer doesn't need an account to use you can book me!
The free version has lots of features and is suitable for most use cases. A premium version is available for $10/m per calendar. Please coordinate with your supervisor if you wish to use the premium version
Note: APU does not qualify for an education discount.
- Free version
- Get a personalized scheduling webpage
Your students or customers can view and book on any device without having to sign up for you can book me.
The bookings go straight into your APU Google Calendar
See the whole list of features: https://youcanbook.me/features/
- Premium version
Reminders, custom styling and unlimited booking fields
Manage all your teams, resources and services in one place
Remove our "powered for free" branding from all your booking links
How to Sign up
- Sign in to your APU Gmail
- Go to https://app.youcanbook.me/#/register
- Click the Create an account via Google box
- Authorize youcanbook.me by clicking on the blue Allow button
Learn more about you can book me
- Booking office hours appointments between faculty and students
- Booking appointments to meet with a staff member
Since you can book me allows you to collect any data you like, please be careful not to collect any sensitive student information such as birthdays, SSNs, grades, etc. Please do not use this tool to take payments.
Backup/Restoration Policy/Ability to Export
Your bookings and data associated with them are in your Google Calendar
Ability to export data unfortunately is a premium feature
- Internet connection is required for this web-based tool
- You will have to re-authorize you can book me when you change your you APU password.
APU can remove access to this tool at any time without prior notice if IMT determines that the continued use of this tool poses a significant risk to the safety and privacy of university and student data.