Most people will have a fair idea of their work schedule for the upcoming week by the end of the current working week. One of ParkOffice’s most popular features allows users to pre-book parking at the office, giving people the certainty they need to organise their work and personal lives. Getting started with pre-booking parking at ParkOffice is super easy.
To begin simply click on the Book Parking button in the top right hand corner and select the relevant office car park.
In The Request Parking Space section, simply select the dates for which you’d like to park at the office using the calendar view. Please note your company will decide how far into the future you can book. Make sure to enter the correct start and end time for your booking and double-check to make sure you have the right vehicle plate.
Once you have submitted your booking, you will be returned to your ParkOffice homepage. As part of your companies’ settings all bookings will collate on the week or day before your booking, they will be run through the ParkOffice algorithm which looks at demand and a series of criteria and factors including seniority, length of tenure, previous usage etc. and automatically allocates the spaces in the way your company see’s as fairest.
Once ParkOffice has allocated the spaces, you will receive an email notifying you of whether your booking has been successful or unsuccessful.
Please note, that even if you’ve been unsuccessful, ParkOffice will keep trying to find a space for you up until midnight on the day before your booking. It’s also worth keeping an eye on the Current Availability Tab as with sick-days and last minute meetings things can change.
P.S. If you’ve made an unsuccessful booking, that doesn’t mean that all your bookings in the future will be unsuccessful. The amount of people looking for parking changes everyday as does such factors as previous usage, so keep trying and you’ll get a space sooner rather than later!
P.P.S. If you’re booking has been successful but you no longer need a space, make sure to release so somebody else can park at the office.