All contact information can be displayed, hidden, and/or made editable directly on the check-in interface. We advise you to display only the fields needed by the reception staff.

From your Back-Office > Check-in app > Check-in fields > Click on "Customize". 

Add/Remove a field from the check-in interface

By clicking on "Select fields that can be displayed/modified from tablets", you will find all your fields in the "Check fields to display" list.

To display a field, click on the "+" button on its right and it will appear in the "Displayed fields" list. 

To remove a field, just click on the cross in front of it from the "Displayed fields" list and it will slip into the "Select fields to display" list.

You can click on your fields and see different options appear:

  1. Displayed a field only when adding a new contact on site
    If the box is checked, then the information will not be visible to existing contacts but will be requested when adding any new contact during the event (example: email address). If this box is not checked, then the field will be visible for existing contacts and for the addition of any new contact.

  2. Make the field editable
    The field will then be editable from the check-in interface.

  3. Look for participants through a field
    You can choose a third search field other than Last name and First name. Please note: the search is limited to a maximum of three fields, Last name, First name, and your third choice which must be a text field

Display a clause attached to the "signature" field

If you have the signature option, you can customize the text of a clause that will be readable on the tablets when signing.

To activate it, click on the "Signature" field > Activate "Add a legal clause" > Insert your text.

Display different information on different tablets

This may be necessary if your tablets are at different entrances.

Tablet by tablet, on the check-in interface, go to the top left menu > Display Settings > check/uncheck the fields you want to appear or not on the tablet.