“Location” is the word used in Pocket Diner to represent an actual restaurant. You can have one or more locations (limited by your price plan, see below) in your Pocket Diner mobile website. If you add more than one location, your mobile website automatically adapts to listing your locations alphabetically, and add a search form to allow your customer to easily find the closest one.
NOTE! To take reservations from your mobile website, you need to add at least one location.
If you have locations added, you see easily in the locations list whether or not online reservations is enabled for each location, and which method (“Email” or “Livebookings”) is used.
Add/Edit a location
To add a location, click “Add location” at the top of the page.
To edit an existing location, hover over the location name and you see a popup menu. In this menu, click “Edit”.
We recommend that you complete as much information as possible about each location.
Once you have created a location and published it to your mobile website, take a minute to go check the details browsing your own mobile website. Does the text look alright? Is the picture quality good? Is the map marker correctly placed?
Multiple locations and your price plan
You can have one or more locations in your mobile website. The “Locations” page indicates how many you can have, and if you have reached your limit.
The limit is set by your price plan, as ordered when you purchased Pocket Diner. If you want to add more locations to your mobile website, and your price plan does not allow it, contact us and we will move you on to a price plan supporting your needs, and adjust your billing accordingly.
You can save a location without making it show up to customers browsing your mobile website. For something to be shown on the live website, it must be “Published”.
When creating a new location, use the button “Save” to save it without publishing it (if you for example need to check up on a few details, or get manager approval). Click “Save & publish” to save it and at the same time make it show up in your mobile website.
For existing locations, hover over the name and you see a red or green circle indicating if the item is published or not. Click the link next to the indicator to toggle between “published” and “unpublished”. This is a quick way to remove a location from your website if it needs updating.