This version introduces the ability for guides assigned to an event to confirm or decline their assignment. This helps the business owner run their tours more effectively and take action if some guides cannot make their tours.
This version introduces the concept of Price Schemes -- a powerful mechanism to configure pricing dynamically.
This version introduces the concept of a "profile" for guides. The profile includes contact and biographical information about the guide that will be included in confirmation emails for a more personal touch. It also allows guides to have schedules configured for their availability, just like your experiences. Guides can now only be assigned to an event if their configured schedule allows for it.
This version introduces several new query operators which makes it possible for the Xola API to now support a pseudo query language. Please read the documentation for a list of supported query operators.
This release renames certain fields in the
transaction object to be in line with standard accounting practices.
This version introduces pagination to the Coupons endpoint. Pagination is a standard feature for most Xola endpoints that return a collection of records. This change brings the Coupons endpoint in line with that standard.
This version introduces a significant change to the
order data structure. An order can now contain multiple
items -- each item representing a different experience. This allows for a customer to purchase multiple experiences and bundle them all into a single order.
2017-09-10 introduces the ability to set per booking maximum limits for your experiences. This is useful if you want individuals booking for large groups to get in touch with you. The Xola checkout app will show the following message if the guest exceeds this limit: "Please contact us at
<email> if you are interested in booking a group larger than