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Hardware

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 …

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Ticket QR codes

By default, FooEvents displays 1D barcodes on tickets, however, you can choose to use QR codes instead by enabling this option via the FooEvents settings. QR codes work much the same as barcodes and can be scanned using the FooEvents Check-ins apps. The QR code stores the unique ticket ID, which is scanned by the …

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Scanning tickets with the app

The FooEvents Check-ins app 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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Barcode performance

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. …

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