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when a service is sold it is deactivated if it has been sold.

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  • aportodas

    Another question that arises.
    If an Expert publishes a service, example: Clean garage.
    and only has 5 days a week.
    Let’s imagine that many people see it and 100 people buy the service. Users have already paid for the service and now I could not serve them. What happens then?
    I think it is possible to configure the plugin so that when a service is sold it is deactivated if it has been sold. is that so?
    And when the status of the dashboard is set to completed, can it be done so that the status is automatically set to available?
    Thanks a lot.

    ihor developer

    Yes, you can allow setting the service quantity in HivePress/Settings/Listings/Selling section, then the number of purchased services can be limited. If you want to allow managing availability by days (via a calendar for vendors) then the Bookings extension may be required.


    If I mark units available for sale = 3 and they are bought, I understand that it is deactivated so as not to allow buying more.
    But at the moment that a service becomes completed, the counter is automatically set as if that unit is free again and therefore could 1 unit that has been left free be rehired?

    and on the other hand, if I buy the booking package (which I already had in mind) it is very difficult to configure it so that the expert marks his working days and they are automatically disabled as they are reserved when the services are contracted. And would they be free again when the service ends automatically or does it have to be done manually?
    Sorry for so many doubts that I transmit to you.
    All the best.

    ihor developer

    Yes, the quantity works like the product stock, it doesn’t work like “3 at one”, but “3 items” so this requires manual adjustments. If all of the service listings on your site are date-based you can try using Bookings, then availability can be managed automatically (the same date/time will not be booked twice).


    tank you

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