User sales site question

1 week 6 days ago #47905 by Leslie Thomasson
I would like to create a site where users can sell tour bookings they have purchased, but do not wish to use. Instead of them uploading their own details, ala a property manager, I would like to have a finite number of options. The user then chooses from that master list and only adds details like date, price, etc. These details need to be customizable by admin (not user). They would be charged only for listing the tour, then coordinate the sale of their tour directly with the buyer. An admin would have to approve each listing prior to it being published.

Is this possible with Jomres and Jintour?

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1 week 6 days ago #47906 by Vince Wooll
Sorry, I don't think Jomres is suitable for that, there's no way to give managers a list of tours that they can opt-in to selling on their individual properties. You would need to do a lot of custom coding to achieve that.

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