Return to work - How do you keep the physical distance in the office?

Updated: Jul 1, 2020

We will help you manage the social, physical, distancing in your workspace. During the COVID-19 pandemic countries all over the world introduce social distancing requirements, and in most cases, people are also encouraged to work work remotely from home. However, some businesses require their workers to still pursue some of the work whilst at the office.

If remote work is not an option in your organization, worry no more: With TableAir you'll be able to manage the availability of desks and change the policy in the blink of an eye, at the tip of your fingers.

Once an administrator temporarily disables booking on some of the workspaces, regular users will have access only to the available desks. This is visible on the online website as well as on TableAir app for Android and iPhone devices:

Why you should disable the availability of some workspaces?

Nobody yet knows how long this practice will be enforced, however, we all know it's better to be safe than sorry. Also, the functionality comes as a standard package so you will not be subjected to any additional charges. And even more so, when combined with remote booking capabilities, TableAir ensures your preparation for a smart workspace transformation - not only in the building itself but also going beyond the walls of your office.

To see how this looks in the practice, please have a quick glimpse at the functionality offered by TableAir:

If you’d like to improve your office for your organizational needs, book a demo with our workspace specialist at

EXTRA TIP: During the quarantine period try to limit the number of available spots in your meeting rooms. If the regular capacity of a meeting room is ten seats, consider reducing it to two or four seats instead by setting a limit on your booking system, and the probability of having large gatherings will be reduced. Furthermore try to generally move things, such as meetings, online, if possible.