Teamgo Assets

Teamgo Assets can help your workplace manage items and spaces bookable by your employees

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Written by Geoff
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Teamgo Assets module is a feature you can add to your plan to enhance workplace capability and booking of your assets.

Introduction to Teamgo Assets

Teamgo Assets is a booking module for assets of limited quantity, such as equipment or vehicles. It will be extremely helpful in managing availability and ensuring efficient utilization. Users can easily view availability, reserve specific assets and check usage. It helps eliminate the risk of double bookings, optimizes resource allocation, and streamlines the overall booking process. By providing a centralized platform for managing limited quantity assets, this module maximizes utilization, reduces downtime, and ultimately enhances operational efficiency.

Watch how to the Assets module works with Teamgo

The Assets screen has an easy-to-use calendar interface with a low learning curve. You can specify the availability of each asset, set the length of each booking slot, customize the info required from the person booking, and make assets bookable to the general public by using booking URLs.

Adding an Asset

  1. Log into your Teamgo account at

  2. Click Asset Booing icon

  3. Click the + New Asset button at the top right

  4. Fill in the main fields, including the room name, rolling days or date range, slot length, color legend, and location.

  5. Collapsible sections contain fields that be further customized, including availability, booking data, and booking URL.

  6. Click the Save button at the top right

Booking an Asset

If booking for the general public is not enabled, log into the Teamgo web dashboard, click on Workspace, and then Assets. You will be presented with a calendar interface.

On the left pane, select the asset that you want to book. Click on a time slot, fill in the required information, and hit Save.

For more information get in touch with your support team.

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