Tag: FooEvents Check-ins

Scanning tickets

Visit the Ticket Barcodes section to find out more about barcodes Tickets can be scanned using the FooEvents Check-ins apps or by connecting a USB or Bluetooth barcode scanner to your computer and doing check-ins via the FooEvents Express Check-in plugin. Scanning using the FooEvents Check-ins apps The barcode scanner uses the mobile device’s built-in …

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Auto check-ins

By default, the FooEvents Check-ins apps update the ticket listing screen after scanning a ticket. This is to ensure that the check-in status of all attendees are updated should you have multiple entry points. If you are running an event with thousands of attendees, updating this list after each scan can take up valuable seconds and slow …

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Bulk check-ins

You can check-in multiple attendees using the bulk check-in feature available in the FooEvents Check-ins apps. When viewing the attendees for an event, press the Select option in the top right corner of the screen. Choose the attendees you would like to check-in, reset or cancel and press the relevant action below.

Offline mode

The offline mode feature makes it possible to process check-ins via the apps without having to connect to the internet. Offline mode can only be utilized after you’ve logged in and completed an initial download of all your relevant attendee data. All check-ins are stored on your device and can be synced with your WooCommerce database …

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Scanning tickets with the apps

The FooEvents Check-ins apps uses the mobile device’s built-in camera and operating system libraries to scan ticket barcodes. The accuracy and speed of scanning is very much dependent on the quality and capability of the device, not the app. In general, we have found that higher end smartphones, particularly the latest iPhone, performs best as …

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Multi-vendor sites

While FooEvents might work as required depending on the multi-vendor solution, it’s possible that you will experience difficulties. While the event products will most likely work in this setup, we can’t guarantee that third-party plugins will accommodate the tickets and attendee custom post types in a multi-vendor environment. The FooEvents Check-ins apps have also not …

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Global settings

FooEvents provides various global settings that can effect the behavior of your events and tickets. You can also customize the appearance of the FooEvents Check-ins apps via these settings. Navigate to FooEvents > Settings in the left sidebar of your WordPress Admin Area Select the relevant tab and change the settings as required Save Changes Once …

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Connection issues

The most common cause of connection issues is that the connection details have been entered incorrectly or the WordPress user doesn’t have the required permissions. Please try the suggested solutions under Troubleshooting and Connection issues below. Troubleshooting Check that you definitely have the latest version of the FooEvents for WooCommerce plugin installed on your website …

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Connecting to your store

Downloads the free FooEvents Check-ins apps: http://www.fooevents.com/apps/ The FooEvents Check-ins apps connect to your store using REST API (primary) or WordPress XML-RPC (secondary). REST API is the preferred connection method as it is generally more stable and secure than XML-RPC. Download the ‘Events Check-ins’ app Enter the following details on the login screen: URL – Your …

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