Label Sets (Name Tags)

The Label Sets area of the Admin Console section of the Check-In Suite application allows you manage, edit, and create name tags for your Check-In Kiosk.

Check-In Suite comes with four pre-loaded "default" label sets that you are welcome to use or edit!
Note! Only label sets originally created in the Check-In Suite Admin Console can be uploaded for use and editing. Label sets created outside of Check-In Suite will not function properly and can lead to an error with the Label Set drop down menu.

Label Types

There are five labels types available for each Label Set:

  • Summary Label: This label will print a single summary labels for all participants checked in if they are also receiving a Secure label (label with a security code token). See Label Design for details.
  •  Group Participant Labels: These labels will print if the Participant checking in is in a Group associated with the Event and has a Group Role Type of Participant.
  •  Group Leader Labels: These labels will print if the Participant checking in is in a Group associated with the Event and has a Group Role Type of Leader.
  •  Group Servant Labels: These labels will print if the Participant checking in is in a Group associated with the Event and has a Group Role Type of Servant.
  •  No Group (RSVP) Labels: These labels will print if the Participant checking in is *not* in a Group associated with the Event.

Add a New Label Set

  1. Click New.
  2. Name your Label Set.
  3. Choose your label dimensions.
  4. Click Submit.
  5. If needed, change the orientation. (Default: Landscape)
  6. If you have a Zebra printer with a cutter, the Print Service is running on a machine with Windows 10, and you have configured the print properties to cut, check the Cutter box.
  7. Click Save.
  8. Under the desired Label Type, click Add (+).
  9. Name your label with a unique name.
  10. If applicable, map your label to a specific Group or set of Groups.
  11. Create your label adding the desired text, font, tokens, etc. See Label Design for details on options.
  12. Review the Print Preview to see an example of your label. Tip: The preview is a content preview, not a formatted preview. Print labels to preview/test formatting.
  13. Click Save.
  14. Repeat as needed adding the desired labels for each Label Type. Tip: Click the Copy icon next to an existing label to copy the label to be tweaked.

Edit Existing Label Set

  1. Select the desired existing label set from the list of installed labels sets.
  2. Under the desired Label Type, click Add (+).
  3. OR, click the Copy icon next to an existing label to copy an existing label.
  4. If needed, change the label type. *Note: Once created, you cannot change the label size on a Label Set. If the size needs changed after created, create a new Label Set.*
  5. If applicable, map your label to a specific Group or set of Groups.
  6. Create or modify your label adding the desired text, font, tokens, etc. See Label Design for details on options.
  7. Review the Print Preview to see an example of your label. Tip: The preview is a content preview, not a formatted preview. Print labels to preview/test formatting.
  8. Click Save.
  9. Repeat as needed adding the desired labels for each Label Type.
Note: If you are prompted to Save a label when you don't feel you've made any changes, it is because the label editor is correcting poorly formatted HTML upon loading the label. Saving is recommended.

Copy an Existing Label Set

  1. Download the Label Set
  2. Rename the file
  3. Upload the Label Set

Delete Existing Labels and Labels Sets

Delete a Label Set (*All* Labels in Set)
  1. Select the desired existing label set from the list of installed labels sets.
  2. Click Delete. (under the Label Set name and Size settings)
  3. Confirm Delete.
Delete a Label From a Label Set
  1. Select the desired existing label sets from the list of installed label sets.
  2. Scroll to the specific label to delete.
  3. Click Delete. (the trash can icon next to the specific label)
  4. Confirm Delete.

Upload and Download Label Sets

  • You can download a label set to share with other MP churches by:
    1. Select the desired existing label set from the list of installed label sets.
    2. Click Download.
    3. Share the zip file as desired.
  • You can upload a label set *if* it was originally created by in the Check-In Suite Admin Console.
    1. Click Upload.
    2. Browse to the desired label set zip file.
    3. Click Open.
    4. Edit, if needed.

Notes About Label Sets

  • Only label sets originally created by in the Check-In Suite Admin Console can be uploaded for use and editing.
  • You can have as many label sets as you desire.
  • A label set can have labels defined for one, multiple or all label types.
  • A label type can have no, one or multiple labels defined.
  • If a label does not have Groups mapped, that label will print for any Group Participant with that label type (participant, servant, or leader).
  • If a label does have Groups mapped, that label will *only* print for a Group Participant in one of those Groups and with that label type (participant, servant, or leader).
  • When the cursor is in a repeating section, you are presented with a red line and a small menu giving you the option to insert a paragraph after the section. You cannot just click below it unless another section already exists.
  • Check-In Suite comes with 4 pre-loaded label sets that you can edit or copy as desired.
  • If desired, you can engage Professional Services to recreate existing label sets from Check-In 2 in the new Check-In Suite. Hourly rates apply.
*Reminder* Label sets are custom to your system (similar to custom views). Thus, emailing Support to troubleshoot issues with custom label sets will require you to engage Professional Services. Hourly rates apply.

Video Topics: Configuring Labels

0:15 - Security Roles for Check-in Suite
0:43 - Working with Secure tags
2:03 - Working with Non-Secure tags
2:20 - Label Preview
2:40 - Creating a new name tag
3:24 - Creating a new label set

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Last Modified: 12/11/2019

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