Generally, there are following distinctions the calculation of the revenue:

  • a) booking date (= when do I receive a booking)
  • b) service date (= when do I have to do the service the customer has already payed for)

In the calendar’s view in b) is shown, all vouchers are shown in the appointment. In the orders’ view a) is reflected.


We are showing the bookings payed with vouchers because the revenue should show the total booking volume. In converse argument, the vouchers are “shown” twice in the revenue of the vouchers as well as the appointments. If we’d show the revenue only on the booking day of the voucher, then the bookings which have been payed with a voucher, will be shown with 0€ revenue on that day. (This is identical to giving 100% discount and thus a free booking which would be misleading.)

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