Click on “New Activity” and name it accordingly to the specific activity that is needed.
There are different components to set up:
Activity Name: To choose freely
Space Types: At the moment, the system offers by default Parking Spaces, Workstations, Meeting Rooms, Common Spaces and Other. Please select the spaces that are needed for the activity that you are creating.
You can see this under the Plus button on your App as follows:
Please notice that the default screens are:
Schedule a Meeting (Meeting Rooms)
Facility Issue (malfunctions or issues in the building to be reported)
Studio_Booking (Booking a studio for artists)
Desk_Booking (Booking Workstations)
Parking_Booking (Booking on the Parking lot)
Booking_Request (Bookings that need to be approved by a previously defined Role or User)
While the activities are limitless on their nature and their name, they are still limited on the UI the screens (or templates). In case that the activity and (or) screens are not reflecting the kind of activity that is needed, it is considered a customization that would need to be addressed technically and charged separately.
4. Space types: The default options are:
Depending on the activity that you are setting up, you can have multiple Space Types. To do this, you can just keep adding those types on the box until you are done.
The next delivery of this guide (Vol.2) of this section, will display how those Space Types can be created or changed by the Manager.
5. Logo: It is optional feature; you can Drag & Drop or Browse the image that you want. Supported formats: .jpg, .png (Please use 168x168px with transparent background)
6. Heading Translations: In this section, you can customize the Header (on each supported language) that you want to see on your Dashboard. In this example, the name that appears “Meetings” is reflected on the name of the attribute list under AdministrationàBookingsàManagementàMeetings
7. Call to action translations: In this section, you can customize the Call to action (on each supported language) that you want to see on your Mobile App.
In this example, the name that appears “Schedule a meeting” is reflected on the name of the attribute list on the Mobile App → Schedule a meeting