Breeze is a minimalistic meeting scheduling application. It connects with your Google Calendar to create/manage appointments that your guests will schedule from a simple web page.
You can have as many Breeze pages as you want. A Breeze page is set per each type of event you configure within Breeze, and each page comes with a unique URL you can share with your guests. You can have event pages for business or for your personal activities.
Your scheduling page can look like this:
You can configure the background and the event photo; but this is optional, it can also be a simple white page, which is the standard offered by Breeze.
Your guests can schedule appointments with you, you both will receive an email notification and a Google Calendar will be created automatically. You can decide whether you want to automatically include a meeting link for video call in that invite.
Breeze supports including meeting links from Zoom and Google Meet.
First, you should have a Breeze account. And to create an account you should have a Google account. See more.
If you are creating an account for the first time, you'll see an option during the onboarding for you to connect your Zoom account, but you can always connect your account by accessing the Integrations page.
Congrats! Now you have connected Zoom to your Breeze account. From now on you can configure any Breeze event to use the Zoom integration so that every event scheduled in your Breeze page includes automatically a Zoom link for that call.
All the meeting for this event will be scheduled now including a Zoom link in the Google Calendar invite. Both you and the guests will have that information accessible and handy for the moment of the call.
If you cancel or re-schedule a Breeze event, the Zoom scheduled call will also be deleted or updated depending on the changes you've done.
You can uninstall the Zoom integration in different ways:
When you do a disconnect as described above, Breeze will still keep some basic data about your Zoom integration so that you can enable it again without having to re-authorize the full application. But you can always remove the full application by deauthorizing the Breeze app completely, see the next section.
After this process, Breeze is fully disconnected and if you want to enable the integration again, you'll have to re-authorize the app, see the section "Installation" for the steps to re-enable the integration.
On the Breeze integrations page, it should show as "Connected", also, visit the Breeze page in the Zoom app marketplace, it should show as installed
Only the basic profile information for Breeze to pair with your Zoom account, and we request for permissions to manage the scheduled events in Zoom. Breeze requires write/read permissions to be able to create/edit or delete Zoom scheduled calls.
Yes, simply follow the "Uninstallation" instructions above.
Go to the Calendar inside the event, select the slot range you want to block, and press the Block action in the floating panel. Also, if you wish to block a slot quickly, use Shift + Click.
Go to the Calendar inside the event, select the slot range you want to open(unlock), and press the Open action in the floating panel.
We're happy to help you with any configuration issues. We do our best to respond to your questions in 1 business day, but it could take up to 72 hours in some occasions. Contact us.
To have a Breeze account you should have a Google account, as Google is currently the only support method for registration and authentication.
You can sync your Breeze account with one or many Google Calendars. Multi-calendar support may require you to upgrade your Breeze subscription.
Breeze lets you include Google Meet links in your calendar invites automatically. To do this, you have to enable the Google Meet connection, and you should configure your Breeze events to use Google Meet:
Now, all the appointments for that event will include a Google Meet in the Google Calendar invite.
You can delete your Breeze account at any moment. To delete your account, please contact our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org, we will process your request and delete your account in a period of 72 hours.
We are working on our API and WebHooks to allow developers and no-code builders integrate Breeze with other tools.
If you need this, please reach out at email@example.com and let us know more about the use case you want to build and what endpoints or webhooks you want to use. It is possible for us to give you access to our private beta of API.
Have special use cases? Need help or just want to share some ideas? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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