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    Johan Sandgren commented  · 

    Since some hotels are fine operating under the automatic allocation and some are not, would it not prove to be most lucrative for all businesses if this option; instead of being forced was optional for each hotel?

    A) If you end up keeping the automatic allocation then some hotels will continue to struggle with how it's been set-up since it's not very logical. If you however could configure the parameters on how it allocate then maybe it would become less of a headache and more of a blessing.

    B) Same thing applies if you remove the feature altogether, all hotels have different setups, automatic allocation might work perfectly for the ones that doesn't have an abundance of room types available. So for these hotels it's a preferable feature.

    A poll without any options is not going to give you the results you want. How do you count people who do not vote? And how are they weighed against those that did?

    If 70 votes for it, and 200 choose not to, and 300 doesn't care. How do you know what people want?

    TL;DR - Make it optional. It will benefit both parties to their own preference.

    // Richmond Hotel CPH