NB: Screenshots are in French, I couldn’t change the language to English. Click on the screenshots to zoom.
You can call it however you want.
You might need to wait a few seconds for the project to be created and visible.
4. Select your project
Save the project ID in Easy Booking: Calendar settings:
5. Activate the Google Calendar API
6. Create your credentials:
Make sure to select “Web application”
Put whatever you want as a name.
Put your website’s URL in the Redirect URI field, but make sure to end it with /wp-admin/admin.php?page=easy-booking-calendar.
You can put several URIs, if you are working on a local installation for instance.
You should now get your client ID and client Secret.
Save them to Easy Booking: Calendar settings:
7. If you lost your client ID/Client Secret, you can find them here:
8. Get your Calendar ID
Open Google Calendar and go to your calendar settings (create one if necessary).
You don’t need your calendar to be public, it can be private.
Save it to Easy Booking: Calendar settings:
9. Once you have everything, save Easy Booking: Calendar settings. Then you can authenticate by using the “Get access” button on the settings page.
Want to know what's next with Easy Booking? Check the roadmap!