With the Connect function located within each booking, you can link two or more bookings.
You can use this function for several reasons, such as when you need to divide🪓 a booking in two in order to assign one to Supplier A 🚐 and the other to Supplier B 🚌.
Alternatively, if you have a booking for 80 passengers and you want to offer a service with a 50 seater vehicle and another 30 seater vehicle, divide the booking in two and then use the Connect function to link them together.
Or you could simply be the official supplier of a huge event with lots of vehicles for a variety of services and want to link all your bookings together for the event!
For the rest, let your imagination run wild!
💵 We have a lot of new developments coming your way with regards to online payments. In the meantime, take note that the function to register payments and the Driver collection notice has been moved from the booking to the invoice. Therefore, all payments can only be recorded in the invoice, but the invoice payment status is still shown in the booking.
This means that it will be necessary to issue an invoice, even a pro forma invoice, in order to notify the driver to collect payments from the client. The driver is still notified as usual via the Driver App or in the Travel document.