One of the check-in options on a kiosk is to enter a unique reference code to print an attendee badge. This code will need to be distributed to attendees before the event and will be set through the profile login options.
This option does not require a badge or any scanning.
Each attendee is given a variety of unique codes, or these may be imported with profile data. The four (4) options for kiosk enter code check-in include:
Internal Reference: A unique string of characters (not limited to numbers) that are generated by the CMS for each attendee. These are automatically determined when a profile is created and cannot be changed.
Access Code: Codes randomly generated by the CMS and used for logging into an event app. This is the same as a username when logging into a unique profile in the event app. E.g. John.Smith5487
External Reference: A unique string of characters (not limited to numbers) that are populated by an event organiser when profiles are imported. These may include Membership ID, registration number, ticket number etc.
Badge Reference: A unique string of characters (not limited to numbers) that are either generated by the CMS or each attendee, or populated by an event organiser when profiles are imported. This field will generate a unique QR code for each attendee. For example: 101,9F701EB4-2C30-405C-B962-134FD1F06FD9,5374C2A1-7EA6-4916-B3C3-B1F18D7DADA5
The most commonly used code options are External Reference (generally a code that attendees already know. E.g. Staff ID, Membership ID), and Internal Reference (field limited to 5-6 randomly-generated characters).
One major consideration with which code will be used is what information attendees already need to know about the event (event app login details etc.) and what else they need to know about printing their badges at a kiosk. It is important to keep information simple and share vital access details with attendees.
Setup Enter Code
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