Reading the Optimization Tables

Pricing, Occupancy and Pick-up at your finger tips

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Written by Michael Sandèen
Updated over a week ago

Welcome to the Optimization tabs!

Switch between the Pricing, Occupancy and Pick-up pages for more details on the current pricing and performance of your property.

If this is your first time looking at the Pricing tab, you would need to first direct your attention to the legend in the right top corner. One is available on each of the three pages and will help you understand the numbers and colouring on the screen.


Here you can easily see price recommendations if you are not on automation, freeze the prices for certain dates if you are on automation and manually push rates out from FLYR for Hospitality by room type and date.

This page is where you would review the price recommendations, compare them to current prices and accept price suggestions.

Not sure how to interact with the pricing recommendations? This article will help. If you are interested in more details about the Pricing view, check out this article.

On the left-hand side, you will see your inventories, namely your rooms, units, beds etc. The calendar allows you to select the time period you want to explore. The default view is from today for the next month, but you can easily switch to view the next 3, 6, 9 or 12 months. You can of course also select a custom period you wish to look at.


The design of the Occupancy page will look very similar and is the next tab to the right.

You will see the Occupancy % and units left to sell for the specific date.

Here, you can check out the Occupancy % for each inventory type for each night in the selected time period. Similarly to the Pricing page, you can click on a specific date/room type to open the Quick View and interact with the pricing and recommendations for it. More on how to read the Quick View here.


On this page you can track any bookings or cancellations from today, 1, 3, 7 or 14 days ago. Select this from the drop-down in order to load the page.

Same as the other two pages, you can open the Quick View window with a single click.

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