Checked In By Person

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When you check in a child, you can also select the person who checked them in that day. The household adults and any trusted people will be listed in the Checked In By field drop-down at the bottom left of the screen.

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The default person in this field depends on the station type.

  • Roster stations: This field is not shown, so all roster station check-ins will default to None.

  • Self and Manned stations:

    • If you search by a phone number, it defaults to the household adult with that phone number on their profile.

    • If you scan a barcode or mobile pass, it defaults to the person to whom the barcode or mobile pass is assigned.

    • If you scan a Church Center QR code, it defaults to the person who was logged in or was selected as the checked in by person when pre-checking.

    • If you search by a trusted person's phone number, it defaults to their name.

  • Manned stations:

    • If you search by a child's name, it defaults to None.

    • If you search by a household adult's name, it defaults to the name of that adult.

    Note

    There are two exceptions for Manned Stations:

    • If you manually changed the checked-in by field to another person during a previous session, the default will be the person who was selected most recently.

    • If you just added the new person/household, the field will default to None.

Add to Label

The name of the person selected in this field will be printed along with their phone number on any label that includes the Checked In By name and phone number fields.

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If no one is selected, no name or number will print in that field.

Tip

To change the checked in by person, you will need to check in the child again and select another person from the dropdown. This will print a new set of labels and assign a new security code.

If you want to send a text, you don't have to change the checked in by person. You can send a text to any household adult or a trusted person.

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