Presentation on theme: "Touchscreen Checkin, Usage and Setup. Checkin Demonstrate everything you can do with checkin at a kiosk Show how to set up Organizations for self-checkin."— Presentation transcript:
Checkin Demonstrate everything you can do with checkin at a kiosk Show how to set up Organizations for self-checkin Discuss the settings on the checkin startup page Point you to the hardware list Talk about how to prepare to use checkin
What can I do? Check a Member into an Meeting Add a Visitor to a Meeting Add a new person/family to the database Add other family members to existing families Edit information about a person/family Join a person to an Organization Drop a Member from an Organization Take a picture and upload it to the database
Settings in Organizations with Checkin Settings page Allow Self Checkin Allow Non-Campus Checkin No security label required Number of Checkin labels Number of Worker Checkin labels Organization Search page Birthday Start Birthday End Excel spreadsheet to help calculate birthdates based on age
Login Page Login page Prompt if wrong username, password or URL
More Settings – Early Check in Hours How many hours before the class do you want them to be able to checkin? You would not want a PM class displaying for checkin in the morning.
More Settings - Late Check in Minutes How many minutes after the class starts do you want them to be able to checkin?
Menu Options The menu changes based on the person’s status Member of an Organization Visitor to an Organization No checkin meetings available
Menu - Member Drop this Class Visit another Class Join another Class
Menu - Visitor Join this class Join another class Visit another
Menu - No Meetings Available Visit a Class Join a Class No option to Drop
Prepare for Checkin Communicate, Communicate, Communicate!!! Let parents know what’s coming Enlist volunteers and train them Verify phone numbers Set up a test kiosk and have parents play with it If they enter a phone number and it doesn’t find their family, you will know it’s a bad number and can change it Look at traffic patterns – where do people enter How many kiosks do you need For normal checkin, at least 1 for every 100 people in a 30 minute period For first-time visitors, a separate kiosk
Hardware Touchscreen monitor and PC (any brand) Label printer (use specific ones from list) OR All in one computer with touchscreen (any brand) Label printer (use specific ones from list) List: Link.bvcms.com/hardware