Learn how to add an Inventory Tag from the Tag manager.
New to Inventory Tags? You can start by reading the article Introduction to inventory tags.
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Inventory > Categories > Tags
What more do I need to use this feature?
- This feature needs to be enabled by an Admin via Checkfront Labs.
- Admin permission to manage Inventory.
Which Checkfront version supports this feature - classic, new or both?
- Tags work with both items (Inventory > Items) and products (Inventory > Products).
New to Checkfront - Products ✨
Products (Inventory > Products) is the successor feature to (Inventory > Items) and is available in our newest version of Checkfront.
Not yet on our newest version and interested in upgrading? Please get in touch with our Technical Support team for more information.
Discover more product-related help articles here: Products (New).
Adding an inventory tagBack to top
You can follow these steps to add a new Tag.
- From the Tags tab, click + New Tag.
- Choose the Name of the Tag.
- Give the Tag a Weight.
The weight determines the order your Tags display on the Customer Booking Page (Customers > Customer Booking Page or add /reserve to your account URL). The higher the weight, the closer to the beginning of the list the Tag appears. Multiple Tags that share the same weight are sorted alphabetically.
- Choose the Visibility of the Tag.
The visibility column communicates whether the Tag is currently visible to Everyone, Staff only, in Reports only.
- By default, the Tag is Enabled. This means the Tag is active and not archived.
- Select which items/products you need to apply Tags to.
- Save your new Tag!
Your enabled Tags now display within the Customer Booking Page and Booking Widget!
Newly created Tags are visible to Staff only by default. If you would like the Tags to display to your Guests, you need to change the Visibility setting to Everyone. Please take a look at the instructions directly above.
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