Changes to the messaging system / How do I accept or decline a visit request from a WWOOFer

May 5, 2021

You may have noticed the ‘message’ icon has disappeared from member profiles. You can still access all your messages under ‘my messages’ on your Dashboard. 
When sending ‘visit requests’ to hosts, you can now choose the ‘dates are flexible‘ option. These can be filled in later once agreed with your host. 
 

How do I accept or decline a visit request?

Once you have messaged your WWOOFer back and forth and want to accept them, just follow the instructions here.

Members can leave comments/reviews about their experiences on each other’s profiles if WWOOFers have used the “Request Visit” (WWOOF visit request) option found on a host’s profile, and it has been accepted by the host.  Arrangements made any other way are unable to leave a review.  Consider this an opportunity to tell fellow WWOOF members about your experience helping them determine if this prospect would be right for them.

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