How to block/unblock all sessions for a set time frame in a room in my bookings calendar?

Modified on Mon, 24 Oct 2022 at 07:04 PM

If you are looking to block sessions from being booked by your customers, you can do this via your occupancy planner. Before we get into the details of how you can block and unblock sessions or spaces within a room, it is important to understand that Cheqdin gives you the flexibility to:

1. Block/unblock all sessions for a set time frame in a room in one go

2. Block/unblock individual sessions within a room


Sessions are sometimes blocked by settings for various reasons. For example, you might want to block sessions if you do not have staff available on a particular date or you might simply not want your customers to book online sessions on certain dates. You can block out the sessions in your calendar to prevent your customers from booking places for those slots. 


If you want to block/unblock specific sessions only, please see the article (click the link below)

How to block and unblock specific sessions or spaces in a room?

To block all sessions for a set time frame at a room level in your calendar:

1. On your Dashboard, Click on 'Occupancy'.

2. Click on 'Planner'.

3. Select the room/class you want to edit from the drop-down list.

4. Click on the 'Bulk Edit' symbol on the top right corner of the page if you want to update multiple days in one go.

5. Fill in the details and update, or

6. Simply click and drag on 'Sessions Blocked' and update the sessions to be blocked/ unblocked.

Once updated, below is an example of how your online bookings will be displayed to your customers: 

The available spaces are automatically calculated and displayed by the system after considering the sessions you have blocked/unblocked.

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