Before you start swiping right (that's how to check people in), let's quickly familiarize ourselves with the guest list, which will function as your home screen during check-in:
- Viewing Filters (top-left) - These are your guest list filters. The default filter combination is Attending, Checked in, allowing you to see everyone who has RSVP'd or has shown up.
- Guest Status - There's a few different statuses a guest can have: Invited, Attending, and Checked-in are the big ones, but you can also show Not Attending (RSVP'd "no") and Added.
- +1 Indicator - If a guest has +1s or multiple guests, there'll be a little indicator next to their status.
- Checked-in to Attendee Count - A quick, on-the-fly ration of the number and percentage of people checked in on the list you are viewing.
Ready to check someone in?
Just swipe right on a guest's name to change their status to Checked In.
Yup, it's easy!
Search & Swipe
When searching for a guest by name or company, you can swipe & check-in right from the search results.
Check-in from contact profile
Tapping on a guest's name will bring you to the person's contact profile. This is yet another location that youcan check a guest in — just tap the CHECK IN bar.
Guests of guests (+1s)
+1s will of course show up in the general guest list. But if you're viewing the contact card of a guest who has +1s, you'll see those guests listed there.
You can check 'em in right from there — just tap on the name and tap CHECK IN.
Accidentally checked someone in? Undo the check-in
By swiping on a guest's name a second time, you can undo the check-in, restoring the guest to their previous status.
Checking in walk-ups
Let's say you're using the app's quick registration tool. If you'd like for the guests you set up on-site to automatically be checked in, simply select from the drop down menu to Register Guest with Status.