Optimize your booking process by consolidating all properties into one central reservation screen. With this feature,multi-property enterprises can create bookings for any location using one simplified screen. Streamline all new reservations and clarify all details from this one-stop booking tool.13 votes
To properly analyze all data coming in through Commander, properties may want to look specifically at canceled reservations. Within our reservation report, an additional filter for cancellation reason could provide some important insight into that information so that properties can easily view and analyze those details.9 votes
We are very happy to announce, that you are now able to filter by cancellation reason in your reservation report!
How does it work?
Simply head over to your reservations report, select the filter “Canceled” > Under Status select “canceled” > Group by “Cancellation reason”.
You will now be able to see the reason reservations have been cancelled!
Need a hand?
Contact our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org, they will be able to walk you through each step and answer any questions that you may have.
"Confirmation emails currently include the important details that guests need to know upon their arrival. However, with the addition of a unique QR code in these emails, guests can use that email as a tool and check-in using that code to further streamline that arrival process."11 votes
Split in-house reservations to move guests to a different room mid-stay8 votes
Mews has always strived to connect with as many integrations as possible, however as we are continually finding great new software to work with, we'd like to introduce the possibly of installing integrations directly from Mews Commander. This means that adding new integrations would be easier than ever, bypassing requests to integration partners and enabling automatic token sharing.4 votes
Our marketplace is released! Klick and play, contact our team for more info. Go to burger menu, find icon marketplace and take a look!
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