In order to share cleaning dates with your cleaners, you need projects on your schedule. The projects are the cleaning appointments in your TurnoverBnB calendar that you can share with your cleaners so they know the dates you need to have your property cleaned on. This article explains the schedule page from the website version of the platform (which you access by logging in to turnoverbnb.com)

When you sync your rental calendar to TurnoverBnB, the system will import your bookings and automatically generate cleaning projects associated with the dates you have guests checking out.


Here is an example schedule:

The gray bubbles are the bookings from your synced calendar. These can't be displayed to your cleaners and only you and any co-hosts you may have can see it. If the bookings come from one of our fully supported platforms (Airbnb, VRBO/HomeAway, Booking.com, TripAdvisor), the name of the guest who booked the property for that period will display on it, along with the name of the property that reservation is for.

The colored bubbles associated with the bookings are the cleaning projects, which you can share with your cleaners. A striped bubble with the tag "no cleaner" means it isn't assigned to any cleaners. A fully colored bubble with a cleaner's name and rate on it means it is assigned to that cleaner (they have either accepted the project or been manually assigned to it).

When you click on one of these projects, a card containing more information about the project and a few action buttons can be seen, like this: 

Here you can click to "Edit Project", which will you take you to another screen where you can edit the project's date, time, and other details, as well. Or, click on "Details" to open a board view of the project's details to the right side of the calendar view:

Now that you know where projects are in your host account, there are some action buttons you can click on a project to edit it, remove the assigned cleaner from it, publish/unpublish, and so on. Click on the buttons below to check some more articles about what you can do with projects 🙂

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