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Naked Bookings

Designed specifically for SME’s, Naked Bookings gives service businesses of all types the technological features and advantages enjoyed by large companies at a highly-competitive price.

Naked Bookings is an all-in-one bookings, payments and customer management system and operates separately to Neto checkout.

  1. Sign up for your account at and compare the plans which suit your business the most.

  2. Follow the steps to setup your booking widget, which includes services, locations, staff availability and payment options. Naked Bookings has it’s own gateway which operates separately to Neto’s checkout, supporting:

    • eWay
    • Stripe
    • Braintree
    • Paypal

  3. Once complete, click on Setup > NETO Integration and click the Continue button to begin.

  4. It will now ask you for your Neto API key. Navigate to Setup & Tools > All settings & tools. Click on the Developers tools tab and click API Settings to acquire your API key. Add your Neto storefront URL and press Connect to Neto.

  5. Press the Activate button.

  6. Now that you've completed your setup, we need to synchronise the integration so it appears on your website. To do this, click the Change synced services button.

  7. Tick all of your bookable services and click the Sync button. Once synced, a menu category will appear with your Naked Booking widget.

How to add your Naked Bookings widget on any webpage

  1. Within Naked Bookings website, click Online Bookings in the top menu and click Booking Widget.

  2. Click on the Website Integration tab. Here, you’ll be provided with a Book Now button script and a Booking Calendar script. The button script is a good ‘call-to-action’ button which you can use in marketing campaigns and carousel’s.

  3. Copy the Booking Calendar script. We’ll now add it to a page in your webstore. From the Neto dashboard, navigate to Webstore > Information Page.

  4. Click the Add New button to create a new page or click on an existing page to make changes.

  5. Set a name for the page and scroll down to the Page Content section and click the Source Code tab.

  6. Paste the script in and Save Changes. Click View on Website button to ensure it’s appearing correctly.

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Last Modified: 28/09/2017 Neto Version: 6.9