Understanding Networks
  • 04 Jul 2022
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Understanding Networks

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If you manage more than one location from the same Nexudus account, you have a network. Networks are simply a way to group different locations you manage.

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You can organize your network hierarchically to share common items such as passes across all locations. You can also choose to define options and policies in each individual location.

For example, if you manage spaces in the United States and Canada, having a network for each country can help you configure locations differently to comply with local and federal regulations.

How Networks Are Charged

Each location in your network is charged individually by default. You'll need to add a payment method in each location of the network.

If you want to use the same payment details across all locations in your network, get in touch with us at support@nexudus.com.

Network Hierarchies

Networks are a great way to organize your different locations. Your network hierarchy can be nested up to 4 levels.

Need a more complex structure?

We're happy to discuss the options available for more complex setups. Just get in touch with us at support@nexudus.com.

For example, if you run 3 locations, you will be provided with 4 locations that would look as follows:

  • Network London
    • Location Soho
    • Location Peckham
    • Location Battersea

A more complex example could be a regional network that hosts two other network levels.

  • NORTH AMERICA NETWORK

    • Network US

      • Spaces California
        • Location San Francisco
        • Location Los Angeles
      • Spaces Florida
        • Location Orlando
        • Location Miami
    • Network CA

      • Spaces British Columbia
        • Location Victoria
        • Location Vancouver
      • Spaces Quebec
        • Location Montreal
        • Location Laval

While networks are a great tool to manage multiple locations, they are not required. You can choose to manage all your locations individually.

User Portal and Networks

Each of your locations has its own User Portal and its own URL. In addition to that, if you use one or more networks, each network location also has its own User Portal.

For example, if you manage three locations, you'll have four User Portals in total. One for each location and a fourth one for the network.

All locations can easily be set up using the same settings and branding. They can also have their own own content, user groups, add-ons, and other services if you need them to.


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