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Destinations allow you to split your websites into several separate ones if needed. For example, if you are operating more than one business, or in more than one country, region or city - each with different products, resellers, etc. Basically a destination is like a company that owns a product.

To create new destination, use the + New Destination button and set the following:

Default Language
Available Languages
Page Title
URL Path
Test - whether it’s in test mode or not
Time Zone
Available Currencies

Default Currency
Billing Details
Billing Terms - different billing terms for resellers (these can be different companies)
Notification Email - booking notifications (these can be different companies)
Reseller Signup Email
Ticket Receipt - printing template
Booking Receipt - printing template
Deposit Receipt - printing template
Order Receipt - printing template
Transaction Receipt - printing template
Pos Gateway - payment gateway
Com Gateway - payment gateway
Moto Gateway - payment gateway

If you create different destinations, you need to sort your products as each product may belong to a single destination only. You can do this in the product details, right at the top. After a website with two or more destinations is opened and a customer chooses one destination, the page will redirect them to the homepage of the particular destination.

It’s possible to switch between destinations all the time, through links in the navigation bar.

If you open already created Destination, you will get same options to customize it as the Category above.

Updated on: 29/12/2023

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