Linking a lock to more than one property

Guesty Locks Manager now offers the option to link one lock to more than one property. For example:

  • Combo units - unit A and unit B are also listed as one big unit C (A+B)
  • Shared doors between rooms - units A, B, C can be linked as:
    • Units A & B with shared door X
    • Units A, B, & C with shared doors X and Y

Note:

Common doors - e.g. lobby door, gym, storage room, etc. - are not currently supported by Guesty Locks Manager. If your security policy allows it you can use an easy-to-remember static code for these locks instead.

Follow the steps below to link a lock to more than one property, depending on whether the lock is being linked for the first time or is already linked to a property.

Lock not yet linked

Step by step:

Pro users Lite users

  1. Sign in to your Guesty account.
  2. In the top navigation bar, click the mode selector and select Operations mode.
  3. Click Field operations and select Locks manager.
  4. On the “Locks” page, click the Not linked tab.
  5. In the row of the relevant lock, under "Property", click Link property.
  6. Select the relevant properties, then click Link.

You will see a pop-up confirming that the lock was linked, and the lock will be automatically moved from the “Not linked” to “Linked” tab. 

Lock already linked to a property

Pro users Lite users

Step by step:

  1. Sign in to your Guesty account.
  2. In the top navigation bar, click the mode selector and select Operations mode.
  3. Click Field Operations and select Locks Manager.
  4. On the “Locks” page, click the Linked tab.
  5. In the row of the relevant lock, under "Property", click the link icon.
  6. Select the relevant properties, then click Link.
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