Sending a filtered view of the stream to another Team member

Your Activity stream is a one-stop-shop where you can view and manage all your activities. The Activity stream shows all Booking, Session package, and Transaction activities that have been created in your account, sorted by last updated. You can use filters to display only relevant activities in the stream. Learn more about filtering the Activity stream

In some cases, you may want to send a filtered view of the stream to another Team member. For example, you may need to ask another administrator to reassign a list of bookings appropriately.

When adding filters to the stream, parameters are added to the URL. You can simply copy the URL and send it to another Team member via email. When the User clicks the link, the stream will be opened and display the filters applied in the URL. Then the User can create a custom filter for easy access in the future. Learn more about creating custom filters

Below is the list of parameters available for the stream:
 
Field available Parameter
Creation date creation_date
Last updated last_updated
Activity type activity_type
Activity ID activity_id
Unread activities unread_activities
Sort by sort_by
Bookings  
Meeting time meeting_time
Booking status booking_status
Booking detailed status booking_detailed_status
Event type name event_type_name
Booking page name booking_page_name
Master page name master_page_name
Booking page Owner booking_page_owner
Customer name customer_name
Customer email customer_email
Customer company customer_company
Session packages  
Session package status session_package_status
Event type name event_type_name_sp
Booking page name booking_page_name_sp
Master booking page name master_page_name_sp
Booking page Owner booking_page_owner_sp
Customer name customer_name_sp
Customer email customer_email_sp
Customer company customer_company_sp
Transactions  
Payment transaction date payment_transaction_date
Refund transaction date refund_transaction_date
Transaction status transaction_status
Transaction type transaction_type
 

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