Using Booking pages with tags only
For example, you can group multiple Booking pages into a Master page and use tags to enable Customers to filter by role.
Using Booking pages with categories and tags
Booking page categories and tags can complement each other. Categories provide a way to create a hierarchical tree structure, while tags provide non-hierarchical keyword filtering capability.
For example, you have several Team members who need to accept Customer appointments in a show. Each Team member is assigned different tags according to their areas of expertise. When all the Team members are grouped under one Master page, Customers are able to use tags to filter the Team member list and see only the Team members who match their tag selection.
Using Booking pages with Event types and tags
Booking page tags can add an additional filtering dimension to Booking pages that have already been filtered by Event type. For example, Event types allow the Customer to select a duration for room reservation and once a time is selected, available rooms can be filtered by room property.
Tag behavior on the Customer interface
- Tags are listed in the order that the Booking pages are listed on the Master page. If a Booking page has multiple tags, they are listed in the order that they were added.
- By default, "All" is selected and all Booking pages are displayed.
- The Customer selects one or more tags from the list, which filters the Booking pages accordingly.
- Finally, the Customer selects a Booking page from the filtered results and makes a booking.
NoteCustomers can view and filter by tags on the Master page if you have checked at least one tag for a specific Booking page. You should ensure that all Booking pages included on the Master page have tags, so your Booking pages can offer your Customers a fully functional tag filtering experience.