Noticed what I think is a slight hole when channel bridging Airbnb.
We’ve been importing bookings from Airbnb via channel bridge with no issue, however recently noticed that on one booking where the guests numbers changed on Airbnb, channel bridge did not pick up on this change.
Essentially it was a booking originally for 7 guests, which some weeks later they asked us to change it to 6.. all changed on Airbnb and expected it to be updated on the next channel bridge, but no, the guest number on OR stayed at 7.
In the end we deleted the booking in ownerrez, then channel bridged again and it brought the booking back in, but this time with the correct number of guests i.e. 6
Any help guys?
I'd recommend using the Airbnb API connection -- that will automatically update the guest counts on the booking when they change in Airbnb.
The plan is to go api with Airbnb, however we can’t go api with trip advisor as we don’t meet their criteria, so now wondering if the same issue may occur when channel bridging tripadvisor?
Channel Bridge doesn't support TripAdvisor the same way - it can only bring in reviews. So this will not affect it.
Rob D said:The plan is to go api with Airbnb, however we can’t go api with trip advisor as we don’t meet their criteria, so now wondering if the same issue may occur when channel bridging tripadvisor?
I didn't say it was.
LOL...then why did you bring TripAdvisor up in the first place? :D