Help with the Rink Booking – firstname.lastname@example.org
Common issues with the Rink Diary:
User name: Your user name isn’t your email, it is your first name and the first letter of your surname. For example, Boris Johnson would be borisj (note that it’s all in lower case)
Duplication of bookings: on the drop-down for the number of rinks, you may think that you are booking rink 2, whereas you are booking two rinks, if you do this, simply delete the unwanted one.
Watch the video below for instructions
TO REGISTER, please enter, your first name, last name, your e mail address and then you need to create your own password and confirm it, plus then click, not a robot, then press the register box. The system will send you an E mail within 24 hours. Please check your spam and junk folders. This E mail will give you your, User name.
LOG IN. Please enter your User name and your own password.This will then give you access to the system and allow you to view bookings/matches etc. It will also allow you to book a rink. To book a rink, hoover over the box and click. This opens up a form, book your slot request. Fill the grey boxes (your name & partner’s name) and then click, request slot. You will receive an e mail confirmation. Again, check your junk/spam box. To delete the slot, just click your slot and press delete. When finished, click top right box, LOGOUT.
Sorry, this is now the only way to book a ring and play in 2020, due to COVID 19 safety requirements. Please chat with a fellow member for help or phone/text/Email Chris Moore email@example.com or Peter Bowyer for assistance, if you are unsure.
Remember. There are over 100 slots per week, so if we all play singles, we should be able to all play twice per week. There will be a fairness chart to allow everybody to play every week.
Feedback. We welcome feedback so we can all follow safety measures and improve our new club booking dairy. The diary may have a few start-up minor issues, so please bear with us as we all improve. Please share your views with other members so together we can all be safe and enjoy happy bowling on our green in 2020.