Watch a video to learn more about the booking feature here

Do I need to book capacity?
No, you do not need to book capacity when sending work to No-More. However, No-More is build on a first come, first server principle which mean that we are not able to guarantee that we can manage you work load when you are not using bookings. When you book capacity, you will be in front of other clients that are trying to get their work through No-More.

Where do I book capacity
Booking are done via our Customer Portal under the booking tab.

Required inputs for a booking

Submission time
The time that you are going to sent us your slides. The hand-in time must be at least 8 hours into the future.

The time that you would like your slides completed

Number of slides
The number of slides within each type of work (visual enhancement, brush-up or recreation)

How many slides can you do
The number of slides that we can do depends on the time elapsed between the submission time and the deadlines as well as the type of work


I need to cancel my booking
Within the first hour after no-more recieves your booking, you can cancel the task without any cost
Until the hand-in time, you can cancel your booking with a cost of 50% of the estimated task cost
Cancellation after the hand-in time will result in a cost of 50% of the estimated task cost

Automatic cancellation
If slides slides have not been sent to NoMore for 3 hours after the submission time, the project will be automatically cancelled. In this case you will be charged 100% of the estimated work hours.

Missing the handin with less than 3 hours
If you miss the deadline for handing in your files, you can choose whether NoMore works on a reduced number of slides or extend the deadline for having the file delivered.

I´m going to send less slides than I have booked
If you sent less slides than the book capacity, you are going to pay for the fully booked capacity.

I'm going to send more slides than I have booked
If you send more slides than the capacity booked, then the excess slides will be treated as a new task under the first come, first server rules.
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