The Customers sub-tab under the CRM tab is where you'll go to update your customer contact information, view booking history, and add customer notes. Here you can also export a .csv spreadsheet of your customer information for use in other programs like MailChimp or Constant Contact.
View and Edit Customer Information
Navigate to CRM > Customers and search for your customer by name or email. If you're in another tab you can always click on a customer's blue highlighted name to be taken into their record.
Customer Record Types
Xola creates customer records for the Organizer as well as non-organizers.* If a customer makes a booking with more than one person in the group, Xola may collect non-organizer information. If a digital waiver to be signed this information is collected and stored in Xola on the Purchase and in the CRM. This is also the case when additional group members join a booking via Split Payment.
- The Organizer is the customer whose information is initially entered for the booking.
- When someone joins a booking by signing a waiver or split payment, these customer records will not be specified as an Organizer.
*This update was released November 2018 and will not impact bookings made prior to the release.
Customer Record Fields
- Edit Customer Info: Click the pencil icon to edit customer name, email, or phone number.
- Lifetime Value: Click the blue + sign to view your customer lifetime value. See how much this customer has spent with your business, how many guests they have booked, and the number of coupons they have redeemed.
- Bookings History: You'll find a row for each experience this customer has booked with you. Select either the event name or blue > to be taken to the purchase in the Purchases tab.
- Customer Notes: Click the blue + sign and click into the Notes tab. These notes will remain in this tab and will also export in the .csv file. These are not customer-facing notes.
Tip: You can rebook this customer from their customer profile by selecting the Book Button (more on rebooking customers here).
Organizer vs Non-Organizer Example
In this example James Wilson and Jason Penny are participating in the same booking that utilized Split Payment. James originally booked the experience, and is logged as the Organizer. James forwarded the Split Payment email to Jason, and when Jason filled it out his information was entered in as a customer record, but not as an Organizer:
Click here for more information on Split Payment.