How do I set up Easy Appointments, PopBox, and Elementor for a great end user experience

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QuestionsHow do I set up Easy Appointments, PopBox, and Elementor for a great end user experience
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Tom Garner
asked 1 year ago

So I’ve created a an appointment request calendar using “Easy+Appointments” (https://easy-appointments.net). It’s new and developer seems eager to make it a quality service. I know there’s Calendly and TimeTrade etc, but this one seems appealing.

So rather than having the appointment request calendar as a standard alone page I thought I would make it into modal using the PopBox plugin.

it turned out nicely but I’m having some troubles with the ending.

Once they click the submit button I’d like another modal window to appear saying “Thank You” and letting them know they will receive an appointment confirmation shortly with a button for them to close the window completely or maybe timed to close on its own.

any suggestions?

1 Answers
Adam @ WPCrafter Staff answered 1 year ago

That is the challenge when we want to use disconnected tools. You have to make some compromises or hire someone to code up a solution.

In this case, you need the appointment plugin to be able to display a text-based confirmation.