If you are not going to use TeamBooking as a "team", you'll have only one service provider (the administrator). Otherwise, go to
Core settings tab, and choose the WordPress roles that you want to make coworkers, under the
Roles allowed to be Coworkers option.
Coworkers tab, you'll find a list populated with your service providers.
Once a WordPress user becomes a service provider, he is immediately able to give availability for
Unscheduled class services. In order to place availability for
Event classes, he must give authorization to TeamBooking to operate with his Google Calendar.
Google Calendar column in
Coworkers tabs reflects this situation for all the service providers.
Readymeans that the coworker already gave the authorization, and he can place availability for all the service classes.
Not authorizedmeans that the coworker has not gave the authorization yet, so he can be available only for unscheduled services.
A special mention goes to the
temporarily authorizedlabel: if present, it means that the service provider makes some wrong steps during the authorization process, so the results is a temporary authorization. If you see that, you'd better press the
Settings button, under the
Actions column, opens a modal where you can put a link to a specific service provider profile page. By default, the profile page is the WordPress author page of that user. This link will be applied to the coworker's name in the frontend calendar, if both
Link coworker's profile page and
Show coworker's name options are selected, under the service settings.
Here, you can also specify which services are allowed to that coworker. By default, all the services are allowed. When you create a new services, it will be allowed by default to all of your coworkers.