The Guest Table Makes Digital Seat Reservations Easy with a Progressive App

The Guest Table app isn't available in the app store...instead, we're following the lead of companies like Starbucks and Uber by using the progressive app technology created by Google. Read on to learn more.

If you are looking for The Guest Table app, you won’t find it in the app store—in fact, you don’t even have to download anything on your phone to use it. The Guest Table is following the lead of companies like Starbucks and Uber by using the progressive app technology created by Google. This technology is not only convenient, but it saves valuable space on your device.

To use The Guest Table progressive app, simply go to app.theguesttable.comEvent hosts can go to the app and log in with their unique 4-digit code. They can then send the app link to guests who can use the app to reserve their seats on the seating chart that has been created on TheGuestTable.com website. Once guests have reserved their seats, they and the event host will receive an email confirmation. App users can also contact The Guest Table’s support team through the contact page in the app.

The Guest Table mobile app provides an even more convenient and seamless guest experience, helping event planners, and brides in particular, simplify the seating arrangements for their occasions. Now we are helping them reduce the burden of having the perfect seating plan even more with the mobile app.

Prior to using the app, event hosts must register at TheGuestTable.com and use the platform’s intuitive interface to create a seating chart using simple drag-and drop technology. They can then invite their guests to sign in to an account and select their seats either via the website or on the new mobile app. Event hosts can also block out specific areas where family and friends will be seated.

The platform also makes it easy to share the online seating plan with guests, by either sending a link to the app or by providing a four-digit code that guests can use to access the seating chart via social media or written invitations. In addition, event hosts can add the online address for their seating chart to their event RSVP cards or email, making it easy for guests to sign in and reserve their spots.

Author: The Guest Table