Speed up check-ins and eliminate finger errors by using barcodes. All tickets include a unique barcode (1D or QR code) which can be scanned using a handheld barcode scanner. The FooEvents Check-ins app and FooEvents Express Check-in extension have been optimized to work perfectly with most handheld barcode scanners, however, here are a few popular […]
FooEvents Express Check-in
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. Sections Scanning using the Check-ins apps Scanning using FooEvents Express Check-in Scanning using the
Every ticket that is generated by FooEvents contains a unique barcode that can either be rendered using the code 128 standard or QR code. You can attach any external barcode scanner that can read standard 1D barcodes or QR codes to the FooEvents Check-ins app via Bluetooth or to your computer via USB or Bluetooth and
Tickets will have one of the following ticket statuses: Not checked in Checked in Canceled Unpaid You can change an attendee’s ticket status in various ways. Sections Edit the ticket to change the check-in status FooEvents Check-ins apps FooEvents Express Check-in Edit the ticket to change the check-in status You can check someone in by
Visit the Ticket Scanning section to see how barcodes can be scanned Visit the Ticket QR codes section to find out how to use QR codes instead of 1D barcodes A barcode is a machine-readable code in the form of numbers and a pattern of parallel lines of varying widths, printed on a commodity and
When checking in large numbers of attendees at an event, every second counts. This doc provides various recommendations that will help speed up your check-in process and ensure that you crush your next event. Configure the FooEvents Check-ins Apps for faster check-ins By default, the FooEvents Check-ins app updates the ticket listing screen after scanning a ticket.
The unique barcode that is displayed on each ticket can generally be scanned directly from a printed ticket or onscreen from a tablet or mobile phone at the event using the FooEvents Check-ins apps or FooEvents Express Check-in plugin. We recommend using an external barcode scanner or high quality smartphone camera to scan barcodes. The