Help & Support
We've put a lot of time and effort into making Shedul super simple and easy to use so you can spend more time and energy working with your clients, rather than figuring out how your account works.
Right now, we're giving away free-forever Shedul accounts to all businesses that sign up. We can do this because we are backed by some incredible investors who believe in our vision. Shedul will not be free for everyone, and we do plan to introduce fees in the future, but these will only be for businesses who register after the fees are in place. To those with free-forever accounts, any future add on's or new products that may be chargeable will be entirely optional to you. It's our way of saying "thank you" for your support, ideas, and feedback as we develop new requested features. In exchange, we hope you'll help us spread the word within the beauty and wellness community that we're here to revolutionize the industry!
Shedul is cloud based so you can log into your Shedul account from any device, anytime, anywhere. We do not have any special hardware requirements and as a result, Shedul will work with any hardware that is compatible with your device. Usually, your till will connect to the printer and the printer connects to the computer. When a receipt is sent to print, the till pops open. We recommend you ask your hardware providers to set up your printer for you and adjust printer settings to match the printer margins/paper size. You can also remove the headers and footers so the receipts are more condensed.
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Shedul is developed as a web application, meaning it is 100% optimized for mobile devices, tablets and touchscreens. It also means we can automatically update your account with new features without you having to download any new updates. The downloadable native app is in the works, but you can already add a shortcut to your home screen so that Shedul appears alongside your other applications.
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