Now you can extend OR reduce the time period for all of the active passes in your customer base. We also added the ability for you to choose a single expiration for all the active passes on your account. These will both be most helpful for minor tweaks for mass extensions made while on break.
Now a business can define an acceptable range of payment for a pass so customers can select and amount from the sliding scale & pay online.
For a no-pass attendance, we've made it easier to assign a customer's existing pass to the attendance rather than assuming they need a new pass. Now you can choose existing or new.
We've added the ability to require customers to log in before they can purchase a pass or membership online. In the past, businesses could require account creation prior to booking, but not for pass purchases.
We've added flexibility so clients can decide whether or not to send reservation reminders based on the indidual class type. We highly recommend that clients set up reminder emails for online classes even if they don't send them for in-person classes.
Canadian and Australian businesses can now pay for Punchpass in their local currency. Localized pricing assures consistent pricing from month to month and avoids any currency conversion fees on their credit cards
Now businesses can require customers' phone numbers for pass sales and account creation -- not just for reservations. This helps clients in various situations, including those who want to sell passes online via Punchpass & then schedule the privates afterward by contacting the client by phone.
Now instead of "passes" and "memberships" being grouped separately on the public sales page, businesses can organize their passes & memberships however they prefer. Memberships are clearly marked as such to avoid confusion.
Enhancements make it easier for the public to click through the schedule to book.
We've added a "duplicate" notice on the attendance list if a customer is marked as attending the same class twice. This will help the instructor catch them if they were marked twice by mistake.