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dererck Gray asked 4 years ago

i have 4 routes two guides and a total of 6 Segways on any routei (including the guide) but no not than 6 in total spread across all routes.
one route takes the north  and returns in 1 hr, another takes a journey east and returns 90 mins later
the third takes the west route and get back 2 hrs after departure. The final route is a 3 hr south journey.
Sometimes we may have only 1 guide on so our scheduling needs to take into account day to day scheduling.
Thus there are these possible configurations>
5+1  (+1 is the guide) (=6) 1 route
4+1 – 1 route and one spare segway
3+1, and 1+1  (=6) – 2 routes
2+1, and 2+1  (=6) – 2 routes
Clearly we need this to be automatic and practically what needs to happen is once a route is booked then the availability of the adjacent time frames/routes needs to be reduced by 1 to cope with the guide.

1 Answers
Rezgo Support answered 4 years ago

Hello Dererck,

Thank you for your question.

While Rezgo does not have the ability to set up exactly what you described to be automatic, we do have a robust Rules system that you can use to link, or limit availability of your tours, blocking them out when the availability has been reached in another tour. For example if a spot is booked on one tour, the remaining availability between the linked items would be reduced by 1.

For information on how to link availability between inventory, please take a look at our support document here: /support-article/use-rules-link-availability-inventory-items

For assistance or recommendations on how to set up Rules in your Rezgo account to suit your business, please feel free to email and our team would be more than happy to assist you.

-Rezgo Support