You can combine locations so that rooms with dividers can't be double-booked by accident.
You can see which locations are combined on the grid in Administration > Resources. A check box displays beside the room, and when you place your cursor over the check box, the locations that make up the combined room display.
For example, suppose you have a large meeting room with a divider. When the divider is open, this is Room 100. When the divider is closed, it becomes Room 100-A and Room 100-B. If Room 100 is booked, neither rooms 100-A nor 100-B can booked. If Room 100-A is booked, room 100-B can still be booked, but Room 100 cannot.
Before combining locations, you must add the rooms to ACS Facility Scheduler.
- Select the larger room and click Edit Resource.
- In the Show group, click Combined Rooms.
- Click Add.
- Select the rooms that make up the larger room and click OK.
- In the Actions group, click Save and Close.