Please read the entire series of articles, linked at the side and bottom of this page, to learn more about the functionality of the Booking Invoice.
- Working with booking statuses from booking invoices
- Adding notes to booking invoices
- Changing bookings from booking invoices
- Adding items/products to booking invoices
- Updating POS transactions from booking invoices
- Adding payments to booking invoices
- Refunding payments from booking invoices
- Cancelling or voiding bookings via booking invoices
- Viewing transaction details from booking invoices
- Viewing booking logs from booking invoices
- Managing Guests from booking invoices
- Managing documents from booking invoices
- Checking-in or checking-out bookings from the booking invoice
- Printing booking invoices to PDF
- Emailing booking invoices to Customers
- Viewing Customer details from booking invoices
- Bookmarking booking invoices
- Attributing Partners to bookings from bookings invoices
- Copying bookings from the booking invoice
Which plans include this feature?
Where can I find this feature using the top menu?
Reports > Booking Index > Booking Details
Which Checkfront version supports this feature - classic, new or both?
- This feature is available in both our classic version using items (Inventory > Items) and our newest version using products (Inventory > Products). → Learn more about products
Accessing the booking invoiceBack to top
You can access a Booking Invoice by clicking on an active Booking ID anywhere in the system.
A good example is the Booking Index report (Reports > Booking Index), as shown in the image above.
Simply click on the Booking ID. Once an invoice has been selected, it opens on the page, ready for viewing and editing.
Learn more about the Booking Index here:
Looking to update more than one booking at a time? Learn more here:
Viewing the booking invoiceBack to top
You can view and manage the booking from the Booking Invoice, including options to edit, change the booking status, add a note, print (Customer and Staff) invoices, apply for a payment, and more!
We examine these options in more detail in the following articles within this series.