GetIt Infoservices, the Delhi based classifieds business, has introduced a new feature called "Book an appointment-Doctors Module" on its website Getit.in and on its voice platform 'Call Getit' on 44444444, integrating a doctor appointment service within listings. Features: This feature will allow Getit users to book an appointment with a doctor, based on their preferred location, timing, doctor's reviews and ratings, and to receive alerts on confirmation or cancellation of the appointment through SMS or E-mail. according to the company, users can also keep track of their appointments on the Getit website, by signing up for an account. On the other hand, doctors can plan their calendar based on the clinics/hospitals they visit, visit timings, number of patients etc; mention non-appointment days; maintain patients’ profile, appointment status, venue of appointment, number of appointments generated among others. Problem With Discovery? Unlike its deals feature which is upfront on the GetIt website, this feature seems to be pretty hidden on the website. For instance, none of the initial listings in the healthcare section have this feature enabled and there is currently no way to filter listings which do have this feature enabled. We could find this feature only in listings in a few sections such as ENT Doctors and Eye Specialists. Half-Baked Implementation? : We felt that the implementation of some of the promised features was half-baked. For instance, while booking an appointment, we were unable to select the time of the appointment because of which we weren't able to proceed with the appointment booking (We tried…
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