Microsoft Bookings

What is Microsoft Bookings?

Microsoft Bookings is a scheduling tool and is part of the Microsoft Office 365 family of products.  Through an easy to create website, Bookings allows end-users to view calendars and schedule appointment.  Bookings uses a person's Outlook calendar to find available times real-time.  Bookings gives you a fast, easy alternative to time-consuming, frustrating phone-scheduling. An easy-to-set-up, customizable web page lets people find available times and book appointments 24/7.

Who can use it?

Bookings Administration center is available for all Full time PCCC faculty, staff and students as part of the Office365 Suite.

  • Bookings user can create department or team sites adding in part-time PCCC employees who do not have access to the Bookings admin suit.

Features and Benefits

  • Online appointment booking

  • Real-time appointment availability 

  • Outlook calendar integration including automatic updates

  • Automated email confirmations and reminders

  • Appointment rescheduling and cancellations

  • Integration with Microsoft Teams

  • 120 days of appointment history (60 days past, 60 days future)

  • Unique appointment scheduling web page

  • Appointment reassignment between staff members

Why should I use Bookings?

  • Faculty can provide their availability for office hours and allow students to book appointments.

  • Departments can schedule appointments with internal and external community members for a center, project or group.

  • A department chair, division lead, or administrator could create an office hours calendar with slots for multiple faculty members and/or part time employees.

How do I start using Bookings?

Any actively enrolled student or currently employed staff or faculty member can create their own Bookings page. To get started:

  1. Login in to Office 365 with your PCCC email and password.

  2. Click All Apps, then Bookings.

  3. Integrate with Outlook

  4. Integrate with Teams

Add staff to Bookings

  • Click here to learn how to add staff to a bookings page

Training Resources

Bookings resources from Microsoft: