Push Rates and Availability from anywhere within Tokeet

Happy New Year! 🎉


We're excited to announce that you can now push rates and availability for multiple rentals and channels at the same time, from anywhere within the Tokeet platform!


After logging in, simply click on the house icon at the top right of the menu bar, to the left of the notifications bell.


Push All icon


OR


Go to Channels and click on the PUSH ALL RATES & AVAILABILITY button.


Push all rates



Select the channels and their connected listings you wish to update then either push rates or availability.



Push all rates and availability



Give it a try today and let us know what you think!


Enjoy,

Team Tokeet

Genie Strategy is Now 10X Better!


The Rategenie team has been working hard to make our pricing algorithms, and your rates, even better. We are super excited to announce the New Genie Strategy which generates even better results and increased revenue for our property managers.

Initial tests have shown up to a 20% lift over the existing Genie Strategy.

We highly encourage you to try this new strategy now.

After logging in to the application, simply go to the Strategies section and select the new Genie Strategy option when creating or updating a strategy.

Give our new Genie Strategy a try today!

Note: We will be deprecating our Old Genie Strategy from Rategenie sometime in the future.

AUTOMATA UPDATES | JULY 10TH - OCTOBER 16TH [2020]

  • We have made a number of updates and bug fixes this year, including:
Updated: A new Automata Portal has been added to the Help widget. This allows users to submit and vote on suggestions for new features in the app.

Updated: The Exclusion List switch, on the trigger overlay, has been given a label, to go along with the tooltip that was already in place. This should make it easier to understand what the switch does.

Updated: Sympl and Checklist logos were added to the login page. This allows users to quickly navigate to those new products directly from the Automata login page.

Fixed: Message templates were assigned to the wrong triggers. This occurred when editing multiple templates in multiple triggers. This issue has been fixed.

Fixed: The delete button on the Templates page was enabled, even when no templates were selected in the list. This issue has been fixed.

Fixed: When editing the column headers on the Triggers and Bookings pages, the column options were displayed in multiple rows. This issue has been fixed.

Fixed: When inserting a hyperlink into a template, the URL field was not visible through the sides of the template body window. This issue has been fixed.

Fixed: When a contract trigger fired, the guest name and channel name were not properly displayed on the Recent Activity page. This issue has been fixed.

Fixed: Some users received a bad request error message that was appearing when attempting to save a template or trigger. The template and trigger would still save correctly, but the error message created some confusion. This issue has been fixed.

Fixed: When creating a workflow from a sample, the different sample options were not displaying the correct collection of triggers. This issue has been fixed.

AUTOMATA UPDATES | JUNE 9TH - JULY 10TH [2020]

  • We have made a number of updates and bug fixes for this period, including:

Fixed: Users with a valid Tokeet trial were being shown the banner saying that Automata would not work without a valid subscription, even though the app was still fully functional. This banner now only shows when there is no Automata subscription, and a Tokeet account is no longer on trial.

Fixed: The Insert Link button for inserting hyperlinks into a template was not working for some users. This has been fixed.

Fixed: The *|RENTAL:WEBSITES|* data token was not properly inserting the Tokeet website URL into outgoing templates. This has been fixed.

Fixed: When editing templates in multiple triggers, the first template that was edited was being assigned to the other triggers that were edited afterward. This has been fixed now.

AUTOMATA UPDATES | MAY 25TH - JUNE 9TH [2020]

  • We have made a number of updates and bug fixes this year, including:

Fixed: When an inquiry-related data token was included in a Signature contract, sending the contract using an Automata trigger would sometimes result in only the Tokeet User receiving the contract, and not the guest. After the fix, the Tokeet User and the guest receive the triggered contract in all situations.

Fixed: When a trigger was unsuccessful, and an error message was available for the situation, the error log was no longer visible in the dashboard. After the fix, the error log is now available for an unsuccessful trigger that has qualified error messages. This can be viewed on the Recent Activity page, with the Error Log action, or on the trigger activity tab, by clicking on an event entry in the table.

Fixed: On the Booking Details overlay, the Messages tab was no longer showing the messages that had been sent for the booking. After the fix, messages that were not visible before will now be shown.

AUTOMATA UPDATES | MARCH 23RD - MAY 25TH [2020]

  • We have made a number of updates and bug fixes for this period, including:
Fixed: On the Booking page, the Last Triggered column was no longer showing the last trigger that fired. This issue did not prevent triggers from firing, and has now been resolved.

Fixed: Triggers were no longer firing for task events. The issue has been resolved, and task triggers now fire as expected.


AUTOMATA UPDATES | MARCH 16TH - 23RD [2020]

  • We have made a number of updates and bug fixes this month, including:

Fixed: Tokeet Widget triggers were not firing for inquires created via widget. A change has been made to the inquiry widget HTML code, that will not allow Automata to capture these events. You will need to make the inquiry widget again in TV3, in order to copy the updated HTML code to your website.

Fixed: Trigger conditions were not visible for triggers that had a hyphen in the trigger name. This issue has been corrected, and the pre-made samples have had any hyphens removed, in order to prevent future conflicts.

Fixed: Webhook service experienced a brief interruption in operation. This issue was quickly resolved, and webhook triggers should operate properly now.

SYSTEM DOWNTIME, MARCH 9, 2020

Monday, March 9, 2020

Dear Tokeet Customers,

Today we experienced a production outage that interrupted many Tokeet services for a good part of the day. This outage was due to issues that surfaced during routine database maintenance and has since been resolved. Our plan was to conduct this maintenance seamlessly, without any interruption of service as we have done successfully in the past, however today was an exception.

This is an unprecedented failure that we know is unworthy of both our history and your trust. We apologize for the outage and the disruption to your business. At this time, we are focusing our efforts on finding and recovering from any and all lingering issues resulting from this outage. As of now, all Tokeet services have been fully restored and you can continue to use Tokeet as normal.

Please check this page for new developments and any required manual actions that may be required of you. You can access the Tokeet Community using your Tokeet Channel Manager credentials.

We sincerely apologize for this outage and take full responsibility for this interruption to your service.

Sincerely,
Kwesi Steele
Tokeet Founder and CEO

AUTOMATA UPDATES | JANUARY - FEBRUARY [2020]

  • We have made a number of updates and bug fixes so far this year, including:

Updated: The send to guest option was removed from rate events. This is because there is no reason to send a guest a rates notification.

Updated: The data token |GUEST:WIFE| has been updated in the data dictionary to |GUEST:SPOUSE|. users with templates that still say |GUEST:WIFE| will be unaffected. Both WIFE and SPOUSE data tokens will parse the same thing into the outgoing message.

Updated: Users can now filter triggers on the Triggers page by the action performed.

Updated: Saving a custom code with a name that has only numbers was creating issues for some users. We will no longer allow names that are only numbers.

Updated: We added the user role underneath their name in the upper-right corner of the dashboard.

Updated: Users will now be able to set conditions on a trigger before saving. As long as all required fields in the trigger details have been completed, the trigger conditions will become available to be added. This will allow users to create triggers for multiple rentals at once, and have all of them share the same trigger conditions.

Updated: The trigger condition section now appears once all of the required fields are completed in the trigger details. The user no longer has to click the Save button to see this section appear. This should be more intuitive.

Updated: When archiving an active trigger, a pop-up now appears asking the user if they want to disable the trigger before archiving. This will prevent the confusion of archived triggers firing for some users.

Fixed: New templates were automatically replacing existing templates on triggers.

Fixed: When duplicating workflows, the triggers in the new workflow were not copying the channel filter selection.

Fixed: When selecting the action Send Signature Form, the template selector was just 10 forms, instead of all forms if the user had more than 10. This has been corrected.

2020 PRICING ANNOUNCEMENT



Thank you for using Tokeet!

As you might have noticed we’ve been very busy here at Tokeet. In 2019 we completed some of the most ambitious projects in our history and successfully launched Rategenie, Tokeet v3, Owner Center, and Margins. We spent a lot of time speaking with and listening to you, our customers, taking your feedback and direction to heart, and produced solutions to help you grow your business. We are pleased with the overwhelmingly positive feedback that we have received for each of these products and thank you for being a part of the process. There is a lot more to come in 2020.


Our Prices Are Changing

On March 1st, 2020 we will be transitioning to a new pricing structure for Tokeet (TV3). In short, our prices will be increasing about 30% on average for your Tokeet subscription. It’s been about 3 years since we last changed Tokeet’s prices and a lot has changed since then. After many weeks of consideration, we think the time is now right to update our prices to be inline with our current products and services.

Our other products (Add Ons) will not be affected by this pricing change. Those products will have their own pricing adjustments made later this year, if any. At this time no decision has been made yet about these products. The pricing adjustment of March 1st will only affect your Tokeet subscription.


Keep Your Current Plan

As with our last pricing change in 2017, we are giving all of our users the opportunity to keep their existing price plans for one year. We’ll throw in a 10% discount with each yearly plan. This is our way of thanking you for your loyalty, and being a part of our journey. You will even be able to switch between yearly plans, if your needs change within the year. 

The process for keeping your current plan is simple.

  1. Let us know if you want to keep your plan via email or live chat.
  2. We will send you a one year contract via email which you must sign.
  3. Once your contract is signed we will switch you to the new one year plan.
  4. You will be charged for the entire year upfront!
Thanks again for being a Tokeet user.
Team Tokeet
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