You can duplicate an existing listing instead of creating a new one.

The following data can be duplicated:

  • Tags
  • Title
  • Listing address
  • Pictures
  • Property details
  • Amenities
  • Min/max nights
  • Check-in/check-out time
  • The listing's default base price
  • Currency

Before you begin

Note the following limitations:

  • You can only duplicate single units. Learn our alternative solutions for duplicating a multi-unit or a sub-unit in the section below.
  • If you duplicate a listing after it was flagged or suspended by Airbnb, the duplicated listing cannot be published to Airbnb. 
  • After you duplicate a listing, you must activate it. Additionaly, we strongly recommend to configure all the settings that were not duplicated. You can see the full settings in the Creating a listing article. 

Duplicating a single unit

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 Properties.
  4. Click the relevant listing.
  5. In the listing's menu, click Settings.
  6. At the top right hand side, click Actions.
  7. From the dropdown, select Duplicate.
  8. At the pop-up menu, under "Nickname for duplicate listing" enter the new listing's nickname, and use the up/down arrows to select the number of duplicates. 
  9. Click Duplicate.

Importing an existing listing settings to a multi-unit

When creating a new multi-unit, you can import the settings of an existing listing to it. Alternatively, you can import the settings of an existing listing to an existing multi-unit.

Duplicating a sub-unit as a single unit

To duplicate an existing sub-unit under a multi-unit, you can use the following ways:

  • Unassign the sub-unit from the existing Multi-Unit. This action will convert the sub-unit to a single unit. Then, duplicate the listing, according to the instructions above. Once done, assign the listing to the multi-unit again. You can only re-assign the listing if the multi-unit has no more than 100 sub-units.
  • Create a new sub-unit from an existing multi-unit. The sub-unit will "inherit" the settings of the parent unit. Then, unassign the sub-unit from the multi-unit. The sub-units will be set as separate single units once they are unassigned.
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