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How to manually check-in Event Attendees

Event MANUAL Check-in

These steps show you how to set up and use a manual check-in method for your event. This check-in option is not recommended for large events (> 100).

Go to the Event Attendance Manager screen. Where is the Event Attendance Manager?

The Event Attendance Manager opens ...

The Manually Mark Attendance screen opens ...

  1. This option provides a link to a print friendly signup sheet ...
  2. Print it and give it to a door attendant to check off event attendees as they come through the door.
  3. The marked up signup sheet is returned to the admin person who returns to this screen and clicks the red Xs to mark attendees attended.
  4. For each person on the signup sheet who was checked in, click the red X to change it to a green checkmark (marks them attended).

1. The Instructions for Use screen opens ...

2. The Sign-Up Sheet opens ...

  1. Print one copy for each event check-in station.
  2. Hand out to evemt door greeters/attendants.
  3. Be sure you give them the "sign-up sheet return instructions."

3. Collect the marked up Event Signup Sheets ...

Here is an example of what a filled-in event signup sheet looks like: Checked names attended. Circled names did not show up.

3. Collect the marked up Event Signup Sheets ...

4. Now tell your database who attended ...

Return to the Event Attendance Manager > Manually Mark Attendance screen. Per "attended" name, click the red X to toggle it to a green checkmark, meaning "attended."

Speed Tip: If you have more "attended" than "no-shows," click the Mark All Registrants as Attended button. Then uncheck the no-shows - its less work this way.

What can you do with event sign up data?

You can send a Post-Event Survey to all those who attended your event..

You can send a different Post-Event Survey to all those who did not show up.

How do I create a Post-Event Survey?

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