Occupancy Map Features
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Room Clean / Dirty
RezOvation GT includes a "Clean / Dirty" feature. Here's how it works:
There is a check box to turn on the clean/dirty color, and you can also configure the color used for the dirty status. To access this setting go to the Configuration screen and click the link for Custom Colors on the right.
When enabled, the room title on the occupancy map will be displayed with the dirty color, if the room is dirty.
To clear the dirty status, right-click on the room name from the occupancy map and choose "mark room as clean".
A room can be marked as dirty one of two ways: automatically, or manually.
Automatic method: When a guest checks out, the room will automatically be marked as dirty, or if you have a sheet change interval set (which is set from the Configuration section under "Reports") and the interval is reached (e.g. if the guest is staying 3 nights, and the sheet change is set for 2 nights, then the room will show as dirty after the 2nd night).
Manual method: You can manually mark the room as dirty if you right-click on the room name from the Occupancy Map and click "mark room as dirty".
Finally, you can add a column to your Housekeeping report to show whether a room is clean or dirty. Simply add a column by editing the template and entering this code: [IsDirty] If a room is dirty, the column will display "Y". If the room is clean, the column will display "N".
Resizing the Occupancy Map
The row heights (rooms) and column widths (dates) on the Occupancy Map can be resized. It works just like Microsoft Excel - simply hover your mouse over the line between your room names, or the line between the dates on the header, and you will see a bi-directional arrow. Click and drag up/down to shrink/grow the room heights, or click and drag left/right to shrink/grow the date widths.