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Managing Client Info & Activity

Whether you are using your account for scheduling, billing, marketing, or all of the above, your Client Card is the place to go to easily manage it all.

Creating client cards

A Client Card is automatically created for each client added to your account.

This will happen through adding or importing clients, and also when a lead contacts your business through any website widgets or the business page you have set up.

To access a Client Card, just click on any of your clients from the Clients page in your main menu and the respective client card will open up:


Note: A view of your client card will also be available to you on the right-hand side of your screen anytime you have selected a client elsewhere in your account. For example, from you Inbox or Invoices & Bookings.

Understanding client cards

Client information pane [#1]: Gives you all your important client info, the most recent note taken or updated on your client & a client activity highlights section including important past or future activities like an upcoming booking or pending payment. Multi-staff accounts will also see the client’s assigned staff member.

Client activity pane [#2]: The client Conversation tab with all your client interactions in one single, ongoing thread. The remaining tabs summarize other client activities such as Bookings, Payments and Documents.

Contact information pane [#3]: All your client’s contact information and details are found here, as well as your client’s status and the rating they’ve given you (if applicable). You can also use this pane to manage and store your client’s payment information (Cards on File).

Editing your client card

1. To edit an individual client’s information in their Client Card, simply click on the pencil icon near the top of either client information pane and adjust the information in the client card fields. Changes will save automatically. 

2. You can add or remove client fields overall, for example, to add a secondary phone field, or an intake form question. Just click on Add/Edit Fields at the top of the Client Card Info tab.

  • Labels define the display name of your client fields.
  • Type defines the type of information you enter or collect. For example an email address, date, etc. 



  • Collecting client information: For each client field, you can also specify where and how you want to collect that information by adding it to different forms. For example, you can decide to collect your clients’ address when they request to book an appointment by selecting the Scheduling form from the intake forms dropdown. This will ensure that you have your client’s address in case, for example, the appointment takes place at their place of residence.


Note: Required Field means that the client is required to fill out this information online.

Manage client activity

Conveniently, all your business activities related to a particular client can be managed and followed-up on directly from their client card.

Go to whichever item requires action for a particular client: Bookings, Payments, Documents, etc.

Take care of what you need done with your clients right then and there: Send a reminder about an overdue payment, charge for a past appointment or invite your client to book their next appointment.

The Conversations tab keeps the complete history of exchanges between you and your client: from invoices to messages, so nothing is ever lost.


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