Does your company have several locations, and you only want customers to be able to select one of your locations before they even decide on a service? You have this possibility with the TIMIFY Branch Manager available with the TIMIFY Enterprise Version.
For the integration of multiple locations into your booking widget, you have to add the following attribute or parameter to your Widget URL:
For Booking Widget Overlay:
For Booking Widget iFrame:
You can find the Enterprise ID of your Branch Manager when you click on Account > Details.
More information on how you can customise your TIMIFY booking widget can be found here.
ℹ️ The location finder works only if you have a TIMIFY Branch Manager account with more then 1 location.
ℹ️ The map is displayed in the location finder from a number of 11 location.
As shown in the example below, your customers will first see your different stores during the online booking process. In a map view, they are also shown which location is closest to their current location and therefore always select the best option for them. Only after selecting the location you will be taken to the service selection.
Please note that this option is only available for TIMIFY Enterprise users. More information about TIMIFY Enterprise can be found here: What has TIMIFY Enterprise to offer?
To manage which Branches display in your widget:
Note: for this to work you need to provide the Enterprise ID as well.
To Manage which Branches Display
Specify which Branches to show in your widget, or which ones to hide.
Booking Widget Overlay:
Attribute to show select locations: data-show-locations
Note: for this to work you need to provide the Enterprise ID for the Branches you want to show.
Attribute to hide select locations: data-hide-locations
Note: for this to work you need to provide the Enterprise ID for the Branches you want to hide.
showLocations-> this parameter will show only the Branches specified
hideLocations-> this parameter will hide the Branches specified
IMPORTANT: for this to work, you need to provide the Enterprise ID for the Branches. Here are a couple of examples: