Sites: Unit types

View and update all detailed information related to the unit type.



Unit types are how you 'group' individual units for the customer booking portal.

Unit types usually group units by size and therefore price, but the groupings can be made in any other way you prefer, such as by what features are common to the group.

In the customer portal, rather see each of your units individually, customers will choose the unit type. During the booking process, the system will then pick a unit of that type to reserve and assign to the customer.

Unit type details

To edit the unit type details, click on the unit type, then click on the pencil icon in the top right-hand corner, this modal will show up:

  • Title: Unit type name to be shown on the units app.
  • Subtitle: Describe the unit type.
  • Image: You can download free illustrations here.
  • Deposit: Deposit amount being charged.
  • Monthly rent: Rent rate to be charged per month.
  • Code: Simple identifier for accessing the unit type from online booking.
  • Hide in customer Portal: Allows to hide this unit type from the customer portal site unit types list for rent

Note: You may check Hide in customer portal if you would like to prevent the specific unit type from displaying in the customer booking portal.

General information

The general information describes the unit features. To add/edit, click on the pencil icon.


Select the feature(s) that should apply to the unit based on the features setup in the settings. The feature icons will show up on the customer units portal.


If you need to manually add a charge against a unit, click on the + icon and enter the corresponding details in the pop up, then click on Create charge.

Charges are recurring charges that will be added to invoices as they are created unless the charge has expired.

Accounting Codes

Select the accounting code to be applied to that respective unit type.

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