Here are the meeting template settings that adjust your availability:
You choose the days of the week and time ranges you want to offer meetings. Just because you're free Saturday night doesn't mean you want to book a meeting then!
First, choose whether to offer a particular day by selecting or deselecting the checkbox next to it.
Next, choose the range of times during that day to offer as available. You can click the (+) circle to add multiple time windows.
Buffer time between events
Buffer time indicates the minimum amount of time you'd like between the event to be scheduled and other events already on your calendar. It's applied both before and after your Mixmax-scheduled event, preventing back-to-back bookings.
For example, say a prospect wants to schedule lunch between 12 and 1 p.m., and your buffer time is 30 minutes. For the time slot to show as available, no other events can be scheduled on your calendar between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. That buffer gives you just enough time to drive to the restaurant and back!
Duration of event
This is how long your event will last. The length of your event, plus the buffer time you set (described above), needs to be able to fit in between events already scheduled on your Google Calendar.
Offer available slots every 15 minutes
When off, slots longer than 15 minutes will be offered every half hour. 15-minute slots will always be offered on the quarter hour.
How many days from now to offer times
You can restrict the days when you offer available times on your calendar. Next to Offer times, choose the range of days to offer. Days can range from 0 days from now (today) to 60 days from now.
To offer same-day appointments, set the first Offer times field to 0. To start offering appointments tomorrow, set the first field to 1, and so on.
Enable the Specific Dates setting to only offer times during a specific date range instead of a rolling time frame. These dates can be extended out to 2 months out.