The following Configuration Settings are edited in the platform and determine many aspects of how the Check-In Suite operates
The password of the User account associated with the desired User and their related Check-In Security Roles for the Auto Login URL.
The Username of the User account associated with the desired User and their related Check-In Security Roles for the Auto Login URL.
The number of characters to include in the Call Number.
1 - ContactID
2 - HouseholdID
3 - Family Call # (from households table)
4 - deprecated
(CHANGE! 2 = Default Contact) Contact ID that will be assigned to all Household Care Log items created by Check-In
(1 = Pending Assignment) The outcome type for the Household Care Log Entry (2 = Assigned, 3 = Closed-Success, 4 = Closed-Failed)
The Household Care Type ID to be used for Check-In 2 when creating new Household Care record.
The number that receives text messages (SMS) at the front desk of a church. Note: Number should be 10 digit phone number that can accept text formatted with dashes (e.g. 222-333-4455)
The Household Position ID to be used for the Contact created using the Add Guest feature.
Hides the "Notify Parents" button on the Classroom Manager so parents cannot be notified using custom workflow via the application.
The Attribute Type ID used for identifying personal characteristics available for printing on labels.
CIM, ShowsinCheckinHHTypeID The ID of the Household Type "Shows in Checkin". Other Households with that Type will then show in the "Family and Permitted Guardians" section of Classroom Manager for a selected Participant. (Household Types are found in System Lookups/Household Types. If you are missing the type "Shows in Check-in", please add it to your system.)
Check-In Suite also uses the following Common Configuration Settings:
COMMON, State: determines the state abbreviation that's defaulted for any address entry in the system.
Check-In Suite also uses the following CoreTools Configuration Settings:
Additional settings to note: