Depending on your clinic's user settings, any user registered as a provider may receive an email or SMS message notification whenever a patient checks in their appointment with you. 

If you want to turn off these notifications, you have to edit or ask the person with access to your Aesthetic Record administrator account to edit your user settings.

To turn off patient check-in notification, please follow these steps:

1. Log in your Aesthetic Record administrator account on a desktop web browser. Navigate to the top right corner of your screen and click on the wheel icon to access your user settings.

2. Navigate to the main menu on your left, select Teammates and click on Users. 

3. Click on the user profile that you want to update. Scroll all the way to the bottom of the Edit User window.

4. If the user is working as a provider, you will find the option Receive Client Check-in SMS & Email at the very bottom of the screen under Bio For Appointment Booking.

5. Untick the checkbox and hit Save to update the profile. The user will no longer receive check-in notification.

 

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