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Color coding options in SimplePractice

The SimplePractice calendar uses different colors to differentiate event types, as shown below.

This guide goes over each event type by color, so next time you glance at your calendar, you can quickly see what the rest of your day or week looks like.

Different colors denoting different event types in the SimplePractice calendar

  

Event type / Appointment status Color Example Notes

 Future appointment

 Blue

Blue is used for Future appointments

 

 Past appointment

 Green

 Green is used for past appointments

 

 Cancelled appointment

 Yellow

 Yellow is used for cancelled appointments

Appointments that have been canceled prior to your cancellation policy can be designated as Cancelled. A cancelled session will not be billed. 
Click here to learn how to change the appointment status.

 No show appointment

 Pink

Pink is used for no show appointments 

A No Show appointment will be billed the full session fee to the client's billing balance.
Click here to learn how to change the appointment status.

 Late cancelled session

 Orange

Orange is used for Late cancelled sessions 

A Late Cancelled 
appointment will be billed the full session fee to the client's billing balance. 
Click here to learn how to change the appointment status.

 Other sessions

 Grey 

Grey is used for other sessions 

If an appointment is created as an Other appointment and not a client appointment, the appointment will display grey.
Click here to learn how to change the appointment status.

Tip: If you would like to see more options for color coding in SimplePractice, our team is looking for valuable feedback and we encourage you to post on our Ideas and Suggestions board.

Posting on our Ideas and Suggestions board means that members of our Product Team, as well as all members of our Community, have transparent access to review and vote on your suggestion. This board is one of our most important resources for understanding which features will have the most value for our community.

 

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