Check In to Rooms

Setting up rooms within the Check-in area provide a great way to separate and identify which children go where on a service day. Rooms can be assigned to demographics, locations or service types, and the system then remembers these selections when checking children in to a service.

For example, if you have a room specifically for your pre-school aged children, you could assign the ‘pre-school’ sub demographic within the children’s demographic to the room, and the system would then remember that the child was to be checked in to that particular room at a given service.

This information can also be reported on and referenced at a later date to help monitor individual attendance and check-ins to each room within the built-in check-in reports.


We recommend grouping check-in rooms with demographics. For example, if pre-school children are in one room and junior primary school children are with the senior primary school children in another, just group them into two check-in rooms: pre-school and primary.

If the same demographics, but different children, were to use the rooms at a different time, make two more check-in rooms.

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