NoshList is now taking reservations. In addition to several new features added to its wait list app in recent months, NoshList now lets businesses create reservations and schedule appointments in the same app where they manage daily wait lists.
The Reservations feature has been added to the company’s iPad, Android, and web platforms. It can be used to make reservations at any restaurant or retail establishment that takes call-ahead bookings.
Taking reservations through NoshList is great for any future reservation call in, and works just like the same-day estimated time of arrivals (ETA) feature. To use the new scheduling feature, restaurant or retail staff simply enter the designated date and time when they add the customer information. They can also choose a future date.
Reservations are also grouped in their own section that staff can view by pressing on the calendar icon. This means your staff can get an overview of the number of future reservations and people they have scheduled. Bookings by day also are selectable. Any reservations for the current day automatically will show up in the ETA section of the waitlist. This gives an integrated view of the walk ins waiting and expected people coming in with reservations.
“The new Reservations feature opens up the use of our NoshList app to restaurants and retailers who take advance bookings, and is the first app that offers this type of functionality for multiple industries across iOS, Android, and the web,” says Craig Walker, NoshList founder and CEO. “By continuously updating our waitlist app, we are answering the call to create the only waitlist platform restaurants and retailers should consider.”
NoshList has also continued to raise the bar in offering the best value of any solution out there by regularly adding new features while continuing to innovate on its underlying technology and price structure. In June, NoshList dropped the price of its full unlimited premium service from $49 to $19.99.
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