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Modified on Mon, 27 Feb 2023 at 02:35 PM
The Seller console is web-based and can be reached by clicking this link - https://admin.parkwhiz.com/login
Enter credentials to access the Seller account.
The Seller Console opens to a Dashboard. All locations the user has access to are listed on the left.
The Dashboard contains cumulative booking and revenue data as well as a breakdown by location further down the page.
The menu across the tops allows for quick access to the following:
All of the ScanToPay locations for the Seller Account are listed here. Double-click on a location to view more detail.
Payments made to the specific locations appear here and can be filtered by date and type of parking.
Pricing can now be created by location managers under the On Demand tab.
Access this tab by doing the following:
Default pricing may be added if there is a rate that is available 24/7. This pricing is optional
The amenities should be selected by default but confirm the following are checked.
Pricing that varies in days/times can be added in this section. Default pricing can also live here, it does not need to be entered in the Default Pricing section.
Any new events should be communicated to the Sellers Support team (firstname.lastname@example.org). Rates should be sent in 24 hours in advance to give the team enough time to fulfill the request. If more than 10 locations, more time would be recommended.
Include the Location number, Rate of the Event, Event Start Time, Event pricing end time, and Out by time.
An existing event can be managed in the ParkWhiz Seller Console (https://admin.parkwhiz.com/).
The From Date/Time on the Blackout will be the same as the end time of your event. And the To Date/Time will be set way out in the future. Essentially, you want the event pricing to be blacked out once the event ends.
The From Date/Time on the Blackout will be the same as the start time of your event. And the To Date/Time will be set to the end time of your event. Essentially, you want the “normal” pricing to be blacked out (not available) while the event pricing is available.
If there is more than one event, then multiple Blackout Dates will need to be set on the non-event rates, one for each event, like so:
Event pricing is also available under the On Demand tab by clicking the Event tab.
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