Accepting Optimal Recommendations

What is the easiest way to accept the Price recommendations in the actions table?

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Written by Michael Sandèen
Updated over a week ago

Here at Pace, we are all about action first and thus, we have designed the most efficient ways for you to interact with price recommendations and change multiple prices at any given time.

Navigate to the Pricing tab on the left of your screen to access the page.

The default view will always show you the next 31 days, but you can always select to view the next 3, 6, 9 months, 1 year out or a custom date selection from the drop-down calendar:

NB: This means that you could update all your prices for 365 days out with one click!
Below we outline all the different ways to update your prices.

Single-price Updates Through Quick View

It is possible to update the price for a specific inventory type and date individually. To do this, click on a single price recommendation to open the Quick View. Article Here

In the bottom left corner you can see the Optimal price recommendation, the Current price and the input field for the price to be updated. You can either accept the recommended price, or input your own selection.

Once you click on Update, the price will be pushed through to your PMS within a few seconds.

Multiple Price Updates

Once you get more comfortable with the system, you will probably want to accept the suggested prices for multiple dates and inventory types at a time.

Click on a specific date and let go of the selector. You will be prompted to accept all recommendations for that day.

Similarly, selecting one specific inventory type, will prompt you to accept all recommendations for that bed or room type, for all dates in the visible date range (which you can adjust from the calendar in the top left corner).

In both cases, you confirm the selected optimal prices by clicking on Update.

Following the above logic, you can select multiple dates or inventory types to accept the respective price recommendations.

For details on Inventory Group pricing and tips on how to manage it, read on in this article.

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