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How can we improve Microsoft Bookings?

Require authentication before accessing a Bookings page

It would be nice to have an option to require authentication (and limited to a group of people) in order to access a particular Bookings page.

This allows for some services to be restricted and could prevent anonymous bookings from people attacking a site.

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  • Chris commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I agree. During testing, we noticed the same loophole. We intended to use Bookings to manage a large collection of public facilities (we are a Council) and were excited about the potential use of Bookings. However, the ability of anonymous individuals to enter bogus information when we then need to remove from the Customer database is time consuming and frustrating. Customer's should be forced to submit a registration form for vetting before the details are added to the Customer database. Once registered, customers can sign-in, place a booking, manage existing bookings and reset their password, if required.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Absolutely, this should be pretty easy to implement and would make life so much easier!!

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