This feature is only available on Lightning calendars. VisualForce calendars support a similar (but more limited) feature: https://gomeddo.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/BPD/pages/42893313
A simpler but less powerful feature (launch a flow when the reservation form opens) is supported on both calendars: https://gomeddo.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/BPD/pages/2018934797
GoMeddo allows you to hook in to the logic behind the reservation form, giving you a lot of freedom to customise its behaviour. Have a look at the example below, where Staff members are filtered based on their Employment Type:
This article will give you a high level overview of the feature. For a deeper dive into this topic, check out these other articles:
https://gomeddo.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/BPD/pages/1829372013 to help you get your first implementation up and running
https://gomeddo.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/BPD/pages/1829339365 for details on the methods and objects you can use
for useful examples of things you can do
At a high level, this is what happens when you provide your own customization:
You create a class that has a special method ‘customize’.
In the customize method, you add your own handlers for specific events coming from the form.
When something happens on the form, your handlers will be executed.
In your handlers, you can run your own logic and manipulate the form.
Things your event handlers can respond to (we intend to add a few more in the near future):
A new reservation being created
A value on the form being modified
A record being added to a related list
A record being removed from a related list
A record on a related list being modified
Things you can do in your event handlers to modify the form are very similar to the above list:
You can set any value on the form
You can add or remove records on related lists
You can modify records on related lists
There is also a special type of handler relating to searches. These allow you to respond to the following things:
The user searching in a lookup field
The user searching in a related list
Things you can do in a search handler:
Narrow down the default results with extra AND-conditions
Expand the default results with extra OR-conditions
Generate your own results