Hourly Booking Feature

10 months 2 weeks ago - 10 months 2 weeks ago #47408 by Sukh
Hourly Booking Feature was created by Sukh
Hello i got 1 month trial and really loving the system. But one feature that is missing is option for hourly booking. This will open up the system for managing Hall booking, appointments etc. We are developing site to manage halls for different occasions and halls can be booked daily or hourly. Can you add this feature, i did some demo test on Koparent and they have this feature which is very promising to us, but overall i like Jomres.

I found one plugin while searching which provides time slot booking for jomres, so i guess its doable. Please have a look at this link

Last edit: 10 months 2 weeks ago by Sukh. Reason: Added image with better visual

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10 months 2 weeks ago #47409 by Rodrigo Rocco
Hi Sukh, maybe what you are looking for is here

Jomres Plugins & Custom Development - -
Please don't PM for support, raise a ticket instead. If you need contact me please via my website.TY
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10 months 2 weeks ago #47411 by Sukh
Replied by Sukh on topic Hourly Booking Feature
Thanks Rocco, setup from the link you suggested is very limited and will not work for us. I have contacted developer of Geitawi .com and hopefully they will reply soon. Plugin on their site lists it was updated in 2017, just want to find out if its being updated for recent Joomla and Jomres versions.


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