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2 weeks 3 days ago #47219 by Corne
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Good Day

We are in the process of looking at two different channel management companies that we would like to use.

I see that in the current beds24 channel manager plugin we can only export tariffs, is it possible to also import the tariffs that is already associated with the property in the channel management?

thank you
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1 day 3 hours ago #47229 by Corne
Replied by Corne on topic Channel management
Any info?

thank you
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1 day 2 hours ago #47231 by Vince Wooll
Replied by Vince Wooll on topic Channel management
No, it's not possible to import tariffs, Corne. When Mark and I first got together we agreed that tariffs should be configured in Jomres, then exported to Beds24.

Since then the REST API functionality was created and that includes the tariffs rest api feature so Beds24 in theory could update tariffs in Jomres, however I don't think that they've developed it (if they have, I haven't heard about it).

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1 day 2 hours ago #47233 by Corne
Replied by Corne on topic Channel management
Thank you for your feedback, last question, Do I have to export tariffs to beds24 or could jomres so that we only use the availability function?

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