Add a Billing Plan


The most important thing when it comes to billing your customers is the billing plans you set up in your OfficeRnD organization. Those are managed in the Billing & Products/Plans and there are two types of plans:

  • Recurring plans that recur every month.
  • One-off plans that occur only once.

What You'll Need


Set Up A Billing Plan

  1. Navigate to Billing & Products/Plans.
  2. Click on Add Plan.
  3. Select One-off or Monthly.
  4. The Add Plan dialog opens. At the top of the dialog, note the different tabs that allow you to configure different aspects of the plan. Let’s go through them one by one.



  • Type - There are four main types of plans in OfficeRnD each one of which serves a certain purpose.

    • Private office - Used by companies that will occupy office(s) in your space. Memberships created with this plan will then be assignable to resources of type Private office.
    • Dedicated desk - Used by members or companies which will occupy desk(s) in your space. Memberships created with this plan will then be assignable to resources of type Desk.
    • Hot desk - Usually sold to drop-in or frequent flyer members who take the first available desk in your space. Memberships created with this plan are not assignable to any resource.
    • Service - Complimentary or chargeable services you offer in your space like Lockers, Parking spots, Canteen service, Daily coffee, and so on.

  • Image - Upload an image if applicable.
  • Name - The name of the plan that will be displayed when creating memberships or when people are signing up through the portal. E.g. “Office”, “Fixed desk”, etc.

  • Unique code - A code that uniquely identifies the plan. Can be used in exports and to navigate to a pre-populated sign-up page.

  • Price - Price of the plan.

  • Deposit (applicable to ‘month’ plans only) - An amount that will be held when a membership with this plan is created. The amount will be held by creating a refundable fee.

  • (OptionalDescription - The description of the plan. Displayed on the Portal sign up page.

  • Locations (applicable to multi-location spaces only) - The locations in which the plan is available.

It is also possible to define the price of your offices with a single Billing plan. Click here to learn more.


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  • Invoice every* - Set the billing period of invoicing for this plan.
  • Revenue Account - Leave as default or set a particular Account. You can manage accounts from Settings/Billing/Revenue Accounts.
  • Setup fees - Any setup fees that the member buying this plan will be charged. Here you can select only ‘one-off’ plans created before that.
  • Rate Discounts - Any resource rate discounts that members on this plan will be entitled to. You can manage discounts from Billing/Discounts.
  • Prorate plan - (applicable to ‘month’ plans only) - Whether or not the plan should be prorated when an invoice for a partial month is issued. If the option is not checked the whole amount will be charged.
  • Plan Terms - select the T&C that you'd like to apply to this plan.



This section specifies if Credits or Coins will be granted along with the plan. Credits can be either a limited number or set to Unlimited. You can also specify a rate(s) to which the credits will apply.



Add Day Passes to your plan. Learn more about day passes.


Applicable to ‘month’ plans only.

Extras are available only as additions to a plan and cannot be bought otherwise. Some spaces offer Lockers or Parking spots for their more expensive plans as an extra. Each extra has three fields:

  • Name - the name of the extra, e.g. Locker
  • Price - the price of the extra, e.g. $30
  • Deposit - deposit for the extra, e.g. $15

Member Apps


Configure if the plan is available for purchase through the tenant-facing Members portal.

  • Request approval - If this option is checked the plan won’t be available for direct purchase. Rather the new member will make a request which will result in:

  1. A profile is created for them in the system.
  2. A membership was created for him with the status “Not approved”.
  3. You can then go and approve the newly created membership.
  • Allow Cancelation - Specifies if members can request cancellation of the plan they purchased.
  • Available on signup and for drop-in users - Specifies if the plan is available for direct purchase on the sign-up page and drop-in members.
  • Available for members - Specifies if the plan is available for purchase by people who already have accounts in the Portal. You can then specify the following:
    • Contact person - When the member is part of a company, they would only see this plan if they are a Billing or Contact person for that company.
    • All active company members - The plan can be purchased by any active member, even if they are not their company's Billing or Contact person.
  • Link -  Links the plan to the product page. It is used on the signup, checkout page, and booking dialog.
  • Category - Specifies a category to be used to group plans in different tabs on the Portal.
  • Amenities - Add the amenities that are available with the plan. Amenities are provided out of the box, they don't require additional payment and are therefore displayed as part of the overall description of the plan on the members portal and signup pages. You can add amenities in Billing/Amenities.
Tip: Once you've created your billing plans the easiest way to check if it was created as a one-off or a recurring plan is to use the two tabs on top of the page (Recurring vs One-Offs) or under the All tab check the 3-rd column ("Active") in the Billing/Plans section of the admin site.
If you take a look at the plans that are recurring you'll be able to see the number of active memberships added for this billing plan. The sum is the total of all currently active + all pending memberships that have been created with this plan.
One-off plans won't have any numbers in the Active column (as you cannot create memberships with a one-off plan). Instead, we simply add the type of the plan.

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