Reserving a desk using the dashboard

How can I reserve a desk?

Follow the video below or review the steps in the article for a quick tutorial on how to reserve a desk. 


From Office search home page, select the desk tab.   


By default the desk search page shows desks that are reservable right now until the end of the day. Adjust the times & date(s) you need a desk. Select the multiple days box to choose a date range. 

Use the amenity filter to narrow your search based on particular resources.

Poke around at different desks on the map or from the list on the left until you find a good fit.

An info card will pop up with more info including available amenities & location >  select Reserve. 

Change your mind? Select Unreserve for single day or for multiple day reservations select View reservations to change the dates. See below for more information on amending reservations. 


If the desk is reserved or is a shared desk while an assignee is OOO it will show who is occupying that desk or who typically occupies the desk. Note, your office might have reservation restrictions in place. 

📝 By default, multiple day reservations are for all day. For more customizable reservation times book the desk reservations independently. 

Afterwards, you’ll receive an email confirmation.


Reviewing & editing your reservations

If you have a desk reservation(s) under your name you'll see a blue "Manage my desk(s)" button next to your user profile icon.

This takes you to your desk management page where you can review, edit, or cancel current or upcoming desk reservations. 


Multiple day reservations

Select change dates (captured above) and use the calendar to add or remove dates to your reservation. 



"Not seeing a map on your home page?"

1. Set the search criteria

Use the date, time, and amenities drop downs to narrow your search results. 


2. Select a desk

Click on different desks from the list to learn more. An info card will pop up with more info including available amenities and location. 💡Tip: hide unavailable desks to narrow in on the desk results. 



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