1. In this tutorial we will go over the In-Room View.
2. To access the In-Room View, go to your Agenda Screen within the Menu on the top left.
3. After selecting Menu, you will get the dropdown menu. Select Agenda to take you to the Agenda List view.
4. In the Agenda List view a staff member will see all the rooms assigned to them along with their Status, Occupancy, if the room is Do Not Disturb, and if the guest is leaving or staying over. To go into the In Room View, select any room.
5. You can see that we are currently viewing room 103. Because of all the information, you have to scroll down on your screen or device to see the rest. We listed two screen shots to show the complete view.
6. Next to Room #103 you can see an S-9 displayed. The S indicates that the guest is staying and the 9 indicates the amount of nights. If the guest was leaving, you would see an L.
7. The icons below the room number allow staff to: mark the room Do Not Disturb, check into the room when they start cleaning (click the same icon to check out when finished), see Guest Information, and add a photo to create a workorder for the room or for documentation. Below the icons, you can also see when the last time the DND icon was selected to keep record of when exactly it was observed should a guest complain about not getting serviced.
8. Below the icons section there is an area that contains information on when the room went through Preventative Maintenance last and when a Housekeeping Room Inspection was conducted. The green button allows staff to access In Room checklists and Preventative Maintenance checklists.
9. The Change Status is only for managers and housekeepers. Engineers cannot change the status of the room.
10. Below the Change Status button is a Quick Pick Messaging Menu that can be used to send a quick message regarding the room. The options are controlled by managers and each message will go to a specific person or department. Once the option is selected, it is automatically sent. Relevant staff will hear and receive sound notifications.
11. The next section lets everyone know who is assigned to the room. Engineers can be assigned for Preventative Maintenance or to receive the daily workorders. Housepersons can be assigned to help with small needs such as stripping rooms. Managers are assigned to inspect rooms. Housekeepers are assigned to clean rooms.
12. The bottom two tabs are pending requests that need to be completed and pictures that have been taken in the room. Pending requests can be completed directly by those assigned to them and managers. Pictures allow staff to see if there are any issues with the room.