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You can place a web booking widget on your own web site or partner with the major local portals and implement it there. It is also convenient to give it to hotels and restaurants, so they can help out their customers to hail a cab.

For this configuration it is necessary to download booking folder following this link. Unpack ZIP file and place it to your website folder. HTML file located in the folder has to be opened with Microsoft VS code (you can download it in here and the brand ID (the same as bundle ID) of your company should be inserted into the webdesk link.

Example: let's say my company's name is Saytaxi. I have my branded customer app. I'm downloading ZIP file, unpacking it, moving it into the website folder and opening it in text editor. Then I see such text as in the screenshot:

The line marked in red with the arrow pointing at it has to be modified so only my drivers will be receiving the orders. For this modification I need to write my bundle ID. To receive my bundle ID I can drop a note to (for Lolo:

After I know my bundle ID I'm modifying the link in HTML doc opened with text editor by adding ?b=web.passenger.saytaxi After modifications the link will look like this

Note: Users of the PickmeApp applications don’t have particular bundle IDs. In this case you should use a link to the neutral webdesk:

Now I only have to choose to which part of the website I want to link webdesk.

If you need to set drop off required for orders made via web desk just put d=1& in the line of <iframe src> e.g. <iframe src="[brandid]"></iframe>

In case you want the background of the webdesk to be transparent, simply put bg=0 instead of bg=1 in your website code as on the screenshot:

After the modification, the webdesk will look the following way:

While with non-transparent background, the webdesk will look the following way:

If you would like to see the borders of the webdesk with transparent background, just identify the parameter: “border: 1” instead of “border: none” Please see the example on the screenshot below:

With the border, the webdesk will look like the following way:

In order to enable current user location you have to add attribute "allow" in the code. 

The webdesk will be shown in the language of your web browser. If our system has not been translated into your language, English version will appear as default. Drop us a message on (for Lolo: and propose to make additional translation for your country.

In case you need to see web booking form in the language different from your web browser, add ?lang=(code of the language according to the ISO 639-1) at the end of your webdesk URL. For example:

Congratulations! Web booking set up is complete!

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