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Ad-hoc Purchases

Ad-hoc sessions are sessions that aren't part of a child's regular plan. While a child's Plan is the recurring weekly pattern of attendance, Ad Hoc Purchases are one-off purchases, for example, an extra session, a late collection fee, or irregular attendance such as holiday club.

Please note: A session or product will only appear as an option to book ad-hoc if you have added an ad-hoc price when creating it.


How to add an ad-hoc purchase

Adding an ad hoc purchase to a child's profile will instantly be picked up by your revenue report, your occupancy report, and your registers. To add an Ad Hoc Purchases:

  • Log in to the app and find the child's profile, for whom you need to add an ad-hoc purchase

  • Click on the 'Bookings' tab and click on 'Add' next to Purchases

  • A new screen will open (as below)

  • Select the day you want to add a purchase to, and then select the session or product you want to add to that day. You can adjust the pricing group for the child in the middle section at the top, and add a discount by clicking the three dots in the top right corner. If necessary, you can add a note in the bottom right corner. Repeat this for as many days as required.

  • Once you've added all the ad-hoc purchases you wish to, click 'Create'


Deleting an ad-hoc purchase

Providing the ad-hoc purchases or sessions have not been invoiced for (shown by a green check mark), you are able to delete them. You can remove a single item from a purchase by clicking into the bundle of purchases and clicking the 'X' next to the selected item. To delete an entire bundle click into the bundle, click the "..." in the top right corner and delete.

All ad-hoc purchases (appearing in the Selected items column, as shown above) are bundled together as one purchase when you click 'create' and will therefore be added to an invoice as a group of purchases. We recommend that you don't have purchases from two different months in the same bundle, because all of it will be picked up next time you issue an invoice.

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