This is in addition to the ability to book fitness classes – with more bookable services to come, Google said.
That’s according to a blog post, which noted consumers interested in availing themselves of this service should find salons and spas on Google Maps or via search and look for the book button on the desired business listing. Consumers can also check out the Reserve with Google website for recommendations, noted Google Maps product manager Alex Russell.
The feature is possible through partnerships with scheduling providers like Genbook, SalonRunner, Rosy, Yocale and WellnessLiving, but Google said it will soon add Booksy, Envision, MyTime, Schedulicity, Setmore, Shore, SimpleSpa, SuperSalon and TimeTrade.
Russell said appointment booking will help consumers cross more things off their to-do lists, highlighting Google’s well-known mission to “organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful”, but now also make consumers’ lives easier.
“Whether you’re headed to a backyard barbecue or an all-day beach party, Google is here to help you get ready,” he added.