New ResDiary Features: Release 10.10 - May 2017
We’ve been working hard on Version 2 of the ResDiary Booking Widget based on the feedback we received from all of our fantastic beta testers during the last few months. Read highlights of the changes here.
No more lost booking comments!
During testing it was discovered that when customers edited their bookings on ResDiary.com any special requests (aka booking comments) added to the original booking were deleted. This has now been resolved and all booking comments will stay just where you left them.
Keep Track of your reservations with Google
We have added the functionality to add user tracking via Google Tag Manager. Simply add your Google Tag Manager ID into the settings and receive up to date booking data from Google Analytics, Google AdWords, Facebook Ads or Twitter Ads. This is a fantastic tool for restaurants who want to see how effective their digital advertising strategy is.
Read More on Google Tracking on our Help Desk ->
Allow access to the widget configurator without accessing the diary
Users can now generate private links to themes in the new widget which they can then pass on to their web designers to allow them to design the widget without giving them access to their diary. The links automatically expire after 48 hours.
Hotel Customer? Now you can add a room number to a booking
As part of our integration with Guestline and ResortSuite, the system now accepts a “room number” value when creating or updating a booking.Read support articles on the ResDiary Widget here ->