Ditch Calendly for Calendso | The Open Source Appointment Scheduler
In this video, Josh from KeepItTechie shows you how to install and use Calendso, the open source Calendly alternative. With Calendso, you are in charge of your own data, workflow and appearance.
0:00 – Intro
0:30 – What is Calendso?
2:00 – Deploying a Server
4:10 – Setting up the Server
7:00 – Installing Prerequisites
10:51 – Installing Calendso
11:51 – Setting up the Database
18:11 – Setting up a Calendso User
20:30 – Using Calendso
22:30 – Outro
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