'No shows' are not just annoying... they cost you money. Busy salons know how effective appointment reminders can be.

Jeyla Studio makes this super easy. With the click of a button, you can send appointment reminder emails to all your clients for appointments on any day. The timing of your reminders is completely up to you, 1, 2, 3... or any number of days before the day of the appointment. You can repeat this as many times as you like. Jeyla Studio will keep track of appointments which have already had a reminder and will not send multiple reminders (after all, clients do not like being nagged). Your clients can also opt out of receiving these reminders if they wish (see the client profiles screen).

You may have utilized text messages in the past for this purpose. Text messages are fine, but they are not cheap. Today, almost everyone has access to their email right from their phone. So, email is a convenient and cost-effective option. The content of the email includes your client's name, their appointment date and time, the appointment staff member's first name, your salon name and your salon contact details.

Jeyla Studio's appointment reminder service is a free service offered to Jeyla Studio users. Simply create an account, and you will automatically receive a free subscription to the service.

Would you like to see more? Look out for the 'test this feature' link in the application's appointment reminder screen (accessible from within the appointment calendar screen). This link will allow you to send a test (fictional) appointment reminder without having an account with us.

In order to utilize this service, your computer must have access to an internet connection. If you don’t have an internet connection in your salon, no issue. You can simply tether your computer to your smartphone (refer to your Apple or Android device instructions). These reminders use a very small amount of data, so no need for a high speed internet connection, and you will most likely only send the reminders once a day.

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