How do I search for my listing to confirm that guests can see it?

  1. Click your name in the top-right corner of airbnb.com and select Your Listings.
  2. Under the listing you want to edit, click Manage Listing and Calendar.
  3. On the Calendar tab, you’ll be able to see which dates you’ve made available to guests. This will ensure that when you search for your listing, you use available dates, and a trip duration that you have permitted.
  4. In a new tab in your browser, go to Airbnb.
  5. In the field where it says Where do you want to go? start typing the city where your listing is, and select the pre-populated match from the drop-down menu that appears.
  6. In the Check in and Check out fields, use dates that you confirmed are available, and that fit within your calendar settings and requirements.
  7. In the Guest drop-down menu, select a number of guests that your listing can accommodate.
  8. Click Search, and you’ll be directed to a page that has a map on the left-hand side and a set of listings on the right-hand side.
  9. Because there may be a lot of listings in these search results, it’s important to keep filtering. Start by selecting the Room Type that matches your listing.
  10. If you created your listing within the past 48 hours, your listing won’t be attributed to a neighborhood. If you created it more than 48 hours ago, you can select More Filters and filter by the Neighborhood your listing is in. Be sure to click the down arrow to reveal all of the neighborhood options.
  11. If you can’t filter by Neighborhood, filter by Amenities by selecting checkboxes that correspond with amenities that you have confirmed are available in your listing.
  12. At this point, the results should be filtered down to a set of listings you can look through, in order to find your own. Keep in mind, we deliberately offset the pink location pins on the map, so that people don’t know exactly where a listing is, until they have confirmed a reservation. This is to ensure the safety of hosts. Also keep in mind that we only show a small group of location pins on the map at any given time—these pins represent the listings that are displayed with photographs on the right-hand side.

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