Get Available Times

Choose your search criteria carefully. Availability is an expensive call. If you search availability for all resources, you should only do so for a single date. If you search availability for multiple dates, you should only do so for a specific resource by specifying the optional resourceId parameter.

A serviceId is required. The startDate and endDate are required and are formatted as: YYYY-MM-DD

A resourceId is optional, it is recommended if known at the time of availability call.

timezoneName is optional, it allows you to specify the IANA formatted name for the end user's timezone to view availability. e.g., America/New_York. NOTE: This is the recommended approach for your implementation. The "tzOffset" parameter remains for backward compatibility. For JavaScript, use moment.js in your client for ease of timezone detection and selection. For iOS, use the name property of the NSTimeZone returned from the localTimeZone method. For .NET, consider NodaTime or TimeZoneConverter via NuGet. 

duration should only be populated if you allow the end user to select a duration, otherwise the service's duration will be used.

startTime and endTime are optional and are specified in military time e.g., 800 = 8:00am, 2230 = 10:30pm. Note: You will only see availability within the boundary of your business location start and end times.

dayAvailability will return day level availability for the number of days requested from the start date. See GET /consumer/v1/availability/{serviceId}/{startDate}/{endDate}/days for details.

firstDayAvailable only works with day availability. If set to true it will look for the first day available within the range specified by the dayAvailability parameter. The two parameters together can be a clever way to display availability for a week or month. Tip - pass in the beginning of the week or month, and available times are displayed for the first available date if exists.

tzOffset allows you to pass in the timezone offset for the end user's timezone of choice, e.g., (-240) for EST. If you use this option, your application should be timezone aware. The requested timezone is specified as an offset (plus or minus) from GMT time.

Availability can be complex. For further troubleshooting refer to the: GET /consumer/v1/availability/{serviceId}/{startDate}/{endDate}/unavailable endpoint. This endpoint will show you all unavailable times for a given date range. Available times are created from any unblocked time periods. For more information: Availability Overview

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