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Affiliate link. A URL shared with agents (resellers) in the marketplace, which can be placed on a website. All orders made using an affiliate link are assigned to that particular agent. Click here to learn more.
Agenda. A list view of all product sessions and orders, starting from the day chosen on the calendar. Click here to learn more.
Agent. A business that resells a supplier's products as a secondary source of income or to provide a service to their customers. Click here to learn more.
Agent request. An agent (reseller) in the marketplace wanting to establish a closer relationship with a supplier. Click here to learn more.
Availability. A maximum limit that can be set for a product's session, a resource, or an optional extra.
Blacklist (Agent). A way for a supplier to block an agent from viewing (and booking) their products in the marketplace. Click here to learn more.
Booking. See Order.
Booking button. A way of integrating a supplier's product/s on a website.
Booking fee. A percentage of the total cart value, attached to an online order either absorbed by the supplier or passed on to the customer.
Bulk update. A way to update availability for all products at multiple days at a time. Click here to learn more.
Calendar. A page where suppliers create and manage sessions for their products. Click here to learn more.
Categories. A way to group and arrange products together.
Check-in. A status of customer attendance assigned to an order. There are several methods of setting this status i.e. contactless QR code scan, using the manifest (and mobile app), or within an order.
Commission. A percentage (or net rate) of total revenue given to agents and resellers in the marketplace, as an incentive to resell supplier products.
Company profile. A public facing profile viewed by customers online, and also found within the Rezdy marketplace. Click here to learn more.
Confirmed. A status given to an order. Click here to learn more.
Custom conversion tracking. A piece of code that is inserted into the 'thank you' page when a customer completes a booking. Used with conversion tracking tools like Google analytics. Click here to learn more.
Customer. The end consumer for a supplier, who will participate in a tour, activity, or experience. Click here to learn more.
Dashboard. A quick snapshot of business performance, shortcuts to the manifest, creating orders, and actions requiring your attention and other important logs. Click here to learn more.
External QR codes (Check-in). A QR code created/generated by a third party system, which a supplier can then import into Rezdy. Click here to learn more.
Extras. An optional add-on or service that customers can purchase during the booking process. Click here to learn more.
Filters. A way to refine search results or clarify a particular view, page, or report.
Guest. See Customer.
Iframe. A method of embedding a website into another website, also known as an inline frame.
Internal order. An order created manually (internally) by a supplier or staff member of a suppliers Rezdy account.
Inventory. A menu item where suppliers can manage their products, categories, extras, resources, and more.
Invoices. A list of orders made by an agent (reseller), with a total commission either owed to the supplier or to the agent.
Manifest. A list view of guest information and bookings that are scheduled to attend on a particular day and participate in a tour, service, or activity. Click here to learn more.
Marketplace. A platform through which suppliers and agents (resellers) can search, connect, negotiate and trade with one another.
Marketplace rates. A category of supplier products shared with all agents and resellers in the marketplace at a fixed commission rate.
Negotiated rates. A category of supplier products shared with one (or more) agents in the marketplace at a negotiated commission rate.
No show. A status of customer non-attendance assigned to an order. There are several methods of setting this status i.e. using the manifest (and mobile app), or within an order.
Offline order. See Internal Order
Online order. An order created by an agent in the marketplace, or by a customer using a Rezdy booking form URL or widget embedded on a website.
Online travel agent. Also known as OTA, can be utilised by a traveller in order to book everything they need for their trip e.g. hotel reservations, flight reservations and in-destination reservations like tours, attractions, activities.
Operator. See Supplier.
Order. A purchase of a supplier's product made by a customer online, agent in the marketplace, or manually created by a supplier.
Packages. An upselling opportunity offered (at a discount) to customers booking online. Click here to learn more.
Participant. A person or group of people who will participate in a tour, activity, or experience.
Payment gateway. A merchant service provided by an e-commerce application service provider that authorizes credit card or direct payments processing for e-businesses, and online retailers. Click here to learn more.
Pending supplier. A status given given to an order. Click here to learn more.
Pickups. A menu item where suppliers can manage pickup locations. Click here to learn more.
Pickup location. A place (and time) that the customer has selected to be picked up from. Pickup locations are selected by customers upon checkout, and can be found within their order. Click here to learn more.
Product. A service, experience, tour or activity offered (and operated) by tour and activity suppliers. Click here to learn more.
Promo code. A discount code used for promotions and packages. Click here to learn more.
QR code (Agent). Suppliers can share a QR code with agents in the Marketplace. Agents can display this QR code at their location, concierge desk, guest rooms and dining areas. The guest can scan this code using a mobile device, and be taken directly to the suppliers booking page. All orders made using a QR code are assigned to that particular agent Click here to learn more.
QR code (Manifest). A safe and contactless method of checking in a customer. See Check-in.
QR code (Supplier). Suppliers can generate their own QR codes. This can be a code for a specific product, a category of products, and their main booking website (Rezdy URL). Click here to learn more.
Quantity. The minimum and maximum number of participants that can be selected by customers when booking a product.
Reports. A range of data and information relating to overall business performance captured in Rezdy.
Reseller. See Agent.
Resources. A method of managing availability for product sessions created in the calendar. A resource can be a physical venue or room, a vehicle or equipment, a guide or instructor. Click here to learn more.
Rezdy API. A way to allow custom web applications to communicate with Rezdy. Click here to learn more.
Rezdy automated payment. A secure payment method on the marketplace (guaranteed by Rezdy). Transacted between a customer, supplier, and agent.
RezdyPay. Rezdy's merchant payment solution (payment gateway) powered by Stripe. Click here to learn more.
Schedule. A menu item where the calendar, manifest, agenda and bulk update can be accessed.
Sell online. A menu item allowing users to manage their (Rezdy) website settings, theme design, and booking form widget options.
Session. A way for suppliers to display a product's availability, pricing, start and end times to customers and agents online. Click here to learn more.
Supplier. A business selling and operating tours, experiences, activities, or transport services to customers (consumers).
Theme design. A page where suppliers can change the look and feel of the Rezdy booking widgets to fit their own branding.
Third party apps. An application created by another company that has partnered, and works closely, with Rezdy.
Users. Allows suppliers to invite and manage their staff by assigning specific user access roles. Click here to learn more.
Vouchers. A code that can be generated manually (by a supplier) or automatically by a customer when a product is purchased as a gift. Click here to learn more.
Webhook. A method that allows two web applications to communicate with each other. Click here to learn more.
Website (Rezdy). An out of the box, ready to go website solution for suppliers without a website of their own. Click here to learn more.
Widgets. A way of integrating a supplier's product/s on a website, to be booked by a customer. Click here to learn more.