Booker for Distributor: The email address should not be a mandatory field as the assistants do not know each single email address of all employees they are doing reservations for. At the moment they are using the same email address for different guests. So the guest profiles are overwritten anytime. If we are creating reservations manually, the email address is also not a mandatory field. It should be enough to have the email address of the booker. That is the only way to use the distributor valueable for corporate guests.3 votes
for all booking done by booker, you can now configure whether the guest e-mail is mandatory or optional.
We recommend to keep guest’s e-mail required but if you need to set guests e-mail optional, here is how to do it:
1. Go to Settings > Stay > Distributor configurations and select the configuration from the list.
2. In the configuration scroll down to field:
“Guest email (when booker is not a guest) *” and select “Optional” option.
With this set up only booker’s e-mail will be required on the “Details” page.
Have a great day,
I suggest to use as model the way Booking.com extranet manages restrictions, directly from the calendar.
This will still allow the creation of restrictions for a period, but it will also make it simple and quick to modify a restriction for single dates or spaces or fare; for example setting up a different min stay for 2 consecutive Saturdays.
It will also avoid having to check if in a certain period, or date, there are too many restrictions overlapping that could create confusion.5 votes
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