Switch Between Hosting and Travelling Options on Airbnb with iPhone 6

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Steps

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    To begin, press the home button located at the bottom center of the phone or the power button located on the right-hand side of the phone
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    That will bring up the lock screen.
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    When the lock screen is up, swipe right and enter the passcode
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    Alternatively, put your finger on the home button, which doubles as a fingerprint scanner, if you have that option enabled. That will bring up the home screen.
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    Tap the Airbnb icon to open the application
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    The icon is a hot pink color with a white linear triangle or upside-down heart. In this example, all of the applications are in folders, so Airbnb is in the "Travel" folder.
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    Once you're in the app, it will show the default screen where it recommends the most popular destinations
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    In the gray bar at the bottom, tap the last option that looks like a person in a circle
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    This will bring up the profile option.
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    We will see the profile picture at the top if we are logged in already, which we are
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    There are also other various settings.
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    Tap on "Switch to Hosting" at the bottom in the gray bar
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    It has an "S" shaped arrow in the bottom right corner.
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    Now we are at the hosting screen
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    To return, tap the icon in the bottom right corner.
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    This time, the menu is in dark gray instead of white and pink
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    Tap on "Switch to Travelling" at the bottom, with the same "S" shape as before.
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    This returns us to the default screen
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    This concludes the tutorial on how to switch between hosting and travelling on the Airbnb application for the iPhone 6
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    If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them in the section below.
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Questions and Answers

Automatic switch app airbnb hosting?

Hello, I'm mainly using hosting option in airbnb app, before when I enter I was automatically opening hosting by default, now somehow it has changed (maybe app updated) and by default it opens to me traveling and not hosting, how can I change that. I have tried: Reinstalling app. I think it was caused by: Don't know

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Switch to hosting at Airbnb site. On my tablet and other cell phone this is easy to do?

The default is traveling and I can't find any link to switch to hosting. This is a new phone. I just installed the Airbnb app.

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Recent edits by: Daniel Marin, Eng, Crystal

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