We suggest you choose a Short Name for each Property – perhaps the initial of the words, and adding that to the name of each unit type and unit within that property.
- This will allow you to distinguish unit types or units that may otherwise appear the same. To give you an example, you could have Cambridge City Apartments (CCA), CCA-1 Bed, CCA-01. You may wish to adopt a more complex notation for the unit type, for example CCA-1B1B-4-1ZL1SB could stand for Cambridge City Apartments – 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom – Sleeps 4 – 1 Zip & Link Bed, 1 Sofabed. This conveys most of the information about the Unit Type that you could need and will be displayed in various parts of the system such as various multi-unit calendars or in the rate setting under Zeevou Sell. Short Names are only viewed by the users and the guests can not see them.
- Open the Property you created in View Mode, and create the Unit Types (e.g. 1-bedroom apartment) for that Property. You can’t use the same Unit Type name for more than one property – if you want to call them the same thing, add the property’s short name before the Unit Type name.
- Open the Unit Types you created in View Mode, add all the necessary information, and then create Units (e.g. CCA-01 unit with the door number on it) within the Unit Type.
The important things besides the red asterix’s you should add at the Unit Type level are here.