Barcodes: Check In/Check Out
The Check In/Check Out Barcode is a premium feature; if your organization uses it they will incur additional charges. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Barcodes are located on the Settings -> Barcodes page.
Check in/check out barcodes can only used by existing users with a valid GreenPass or BluePass.
After the barcode is created and printed, it's displayed outside the check in/out area, e.g. conference room or cafeteria, etc.
Users scan the barcode using the camera on their phone. They will see a screen that asks them to enter their phone number; this is done for verification purposes.
Once the user has been verified they will click a link that takes them into the CLEARED4 app. Then they will use the scan function from within the app to scan the barcode and check in.
After a user has checked in they are marked as Checked In on the Users dashboard.
Creating a Barcode
To create a barcode:
- Click Add.
- Select Check In from the Purpose drop-down menu.
- Enter a Title for this barcode. This title will display to the user.
- Optionally, enter a Description of the barcode. The description will display to the user.
- Select Groups and/or Tags. Groups are generally used to group those users who have the same role or in the same group in an organization. Tags are generally used for contact tracing, or, to filter out users.
- Click the Add button.
Once you've created your barcode you have the option to edit or add the Title, Description, Groups and Tags associated with the barcode. Click the Save button in the upper-right corner of the widget to save any changes.
You will need to select a Check status option. Click Save after making your selection.
|Check status option||Definition|
|Check in (Once only)||Allows the user to check-in one time.|
|Repeat Check-in||Allows the user to check-in as many times as needed.|
|Check-in / Check-out||Allows the user to check-in and check-out.|
|Check-out only||Allows the user to check-out one time.|
When you're ready, send the URL in the URL field and QR code to users, or print the QR code and post, allowing users to scan the code with their cell phone camera.