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How To Move Or Reschedule A Booking

This tutorial covers the moving (rescheduling) of bookings.

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Tutorial Video Transcript

Hello and welcome to MIDAS tutorials.

In this tutorial I'm going to show you how easy it is to quickly move or reschedule a booking.

Now to do this we need to unlock our booking grid which we do via this little padlock icon in the top right.

We click that and we select "Unlock Grid (Move)" because we want to move the booking and select ok.

This then unlocks the booking grid and allows us to simply click, drag, and drop a booking - and you can see it's moved, so instead of being from 12 till 4, it's now from 4 till 8.

Similarly we can also move it to another venue, So let's click and drag and let's put that in Room 5, and there it is in Room 5.

Or alternatively we can move it across to a different day.

As you can see the booking grid currently shows Thursday and Friday, so let's move this booking across from the Thursday and we'll drag it in to the Friday.

Now when you're done editing is always worth locking the booking grid as well so you don't accidentally move other bookings around.

So we just select "Disabled (Lock Grid)".

Thanks for watching and be sure to check out some of our other video tutorials online.


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