Using Parkade, anyone who has a long-term parking spot can make it available for others in their building to use. How to make it available depends on whether you got your long-term parking spot by renting it through Parkade, or by your building assigning it to you outside of Parkade.
Rented long-term via Parkade
If you rented a long-term parking spot in your building through Parkade, sharing the spot is super easy!
Once you rent the spot, just flip over to the "Host" tab at the bottom of the Parkade app. If you tap "Spots," you'll see the spot you've rented listed as the spots you can "host" reservations in.
Tap on the spot to change the price (more info on that here) or advertising description others will see when booking your spot. The higher your price, the more you'll make per rental but the more rarely your spot will be rented. Lower prices will make less per rental, but your spot will get rented more frequently — perhaps netting you more money overall.
Ready to make the spot available for others to rent? Just tap on the "Calendar" tab. There, you'll see two different views of your calendar — "Day by day," which shows the 7 days, or "Detailed," which shows all future dates. Tap on either view to make dates available, or make available dates unavailable again. More information on changing availability can be found here.
Parking assigned outside of Parkade
Live in a building that doesn't use Parkade to assign long-term parking spots? For example, if your property manager told you which spot is yours, this is you!
You can still add this spot to your Parkade account so you can share it — but since Parkade doesn't know which spots is yours, you'll need to add it to Parkade manually. You should be asked for your spot number during the sign up flow, when you first download Parkade and join your building's Parkade.
If not, or if you want to add a spot later, just tap the Host tab and then tap "Spots." You'll see an option to "Add a spot", which is how you make your spot available for others to rent.
Once you add your spot, you'll be able to set the spot number, spot headline (a few words advertising the spot, like "Close to elevator"), set the price, mark any special features of the spot (EV charger, etc) and decide when it should be available for others to use.