With Optune, you can determine the status of a booking.
It can either be "Request", "Pending", "Confirmed", "Published", "Completed" (i.e. paid) or "Canceled".

Instead of having to message your artists to inform them, you simply adjust the status of the booking. The artist will be notified about the update you've made to the booking, and they can then see its status and track its progress.


  1. Where to change the status.
  2. Normal process of a booking & the meanings of the statuses.


  1. Where to change the status.

Either from your "Dashboard" or in your "Bookings" page, select a booking for which you'd like to change the status. 

You're now at the "Booking Overview". From here you can see all of the booking details as well as the status of the booking in the upper right of the page.

When you click on the drop-down tab located to the right of the "Confirmed" tab, you're given the six different aforementioned options for marking the booking status.

2. Normal process of a booking & the meanings of the statuses.

  • The first status option is "Request". This is used to notify the artist that a promoter or venue has been in touch regarding a potential booking. The artist should review the details and reply.
  • The default status of a new booking is always "Pending". The booking is neither confirmed by the artist nor paid - you just received the booking request. If you like, you can already enter all of the relevant information about the booking request into your Optune account, and simply mark it as "Pending" until the gig is confirmed.  
  • The third status is "Confirmed". The booking has been confirmed by the artist and is definite. The artist is still not paid. The information about the booking isn't yet shown in the public feed.
  • The forth status is "Completed". The booking has been fulfilled and paid
  • The sixth status is "Canceled". Unfortunately, the booking had to be canceled for some reason. You can still re-open and adjust this status at anytime should more positive action be required.

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