Timetables

At least one Season is required in order to use timetables. If you don't have any seasonal changes to your events you should create a "Year Round" Season starting on January 1st and ending on December 31st.

To create a Timetable:


  1. Go to Settings > Events > Time Table tab
    1.1 https://demo.bookinglive.com/admin/events/Timetable
  2. Click "Add Time Table"
  3. Give this Time Table a "Name" and "Save"
    • Assign the Time Table to a Season and click "Save"
    • Click "Add Timetable Event"
    • Now click the event type you require (this is usually fixed)
    • Enter a "Start Time" for this event and "End Time"
    • Select a Product that this is event should be for. If you haven't set up a product beforeclick here.
    • Select the Resource Group this event uses. If you haven't set up a Resource click here.
    • Select the days that this event will run on
    • Give this a "Capacity"
  4. The fields left are optional. Read below to find out more, if you have finished remember to click "Save and Close".

Relative Publish and Unpublish


Setting up when the timetables should be built


Every week the system will create the new events that you have asked it to make. You can adjust what day of the week the system does this, how far into the future it should jump before creating events and how many events it should create. This process is run at 45 minutes past the hour, each hour of the day that you have set.
Note: Therefore if you are testing this you would need to set the day to current day and then wait till 11:45, 12:45 etc before the events would be created.

To do this:

  1. Go to Settings > Events > Time Table tab
    1.1 https://demo.bookinglive.com/admin/events/Timetable
  2. Scroll down to the "Timetbales" section
    Here you can set which day of the week the events should be built on, how far in advance the system should build the events and finally how many weeks to produce at once.

For example:

  1. Once you've chosen what you want these settings to be press "Save".

Page last modified: June 18, 2019