An activity is defined as an time slot in your diary that your members can book into, for example, a class or PT session.
The first step to create an activity is go to the settings cog in the top right of ClubRight. Now you will go down and click on activities.
Now that you have done this you will click add new activity. Enter in a name such as Zumba for example. For this article we are going to add a 'live' activity. Now click add.
On the first page you will enter in how long the class will last, who it is instructed by. What default colour you would like it to appear on the diary as, also you can add in a description and image so when a member goes to book online they can then see what the class is about.
Now you will click on the booking tab.
Within here you will the minimum and maximum number of members in the class. Once the maximum has been reached anyone else will join the waiting list. then if a space is available they will get an email notification.
You can then allow it to be bookable online through the ClubRight app, as well as if only members can book on or non-members purchasing credits can also. If it is an online activity you can turn this on to allow an automatic link to zoom to be sent to the members when booking in.
Allow ticket purchasing will mean it will use up all the customers credits to book in - we would advise not turning this on unless doing a one off event.
Now click on bolt-ons. Anything selected here will come up as an option to purchase when booking into the class.
Under membership plan access you can tick the plans which give unlimited access to the class.
Under product access you can tick the products which will give access to the activity. You will need to setup a credit for this to work which you can find out more about within the creating a credit article.
You should now all be good to go with putting an activity/class into your diary ready for your customers to book on the Members App or face to face.
Top Tip 📌
It's important to always ensure that the class name is engaging and easy to understand so that member's know what the class is going to be like and if they are therefore going to enjoy it.