VSys One: Volunteer Management Software

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Action Link: Kiosk Check In/Check Out

This action link replaces the older check in/check out block with a much more flexible tool. You use the same action link for both check in and check out: VSys Live will show the user the appropriate one based on whether they're already checked in for an assignment or not.

Message to show if no checkin options

If nothing is available for check in, this message will be displayed.

If more than this number of checkin options, use a drop-down editor instead of buttons

Normally check in options are shown as a series of buttons, one each for every available job. This can make for a very busy screen! If this field is greater than zero, if the number of check in options exceeds that count, VSys Live will show a drop-down/combo box for choosing instead.

If more than this number of checkin options, use a drop-down editor instead of buttons (mobile devices)

Same as above, but applied when the device in use is determined to be mobile.

Resize all job buttons to the same height

If the names of your jobs vary widely in length (# of characters), the checkin buttons may look disorganized since they can end up with different heights. Check this to force them all to be the same height as the tallest button.

Highlight the checkin button with a flashing border

Have issues with your volunteers clicking a job but not Check in? If you check this, the Check in button will flash with a yellow border to get their attention!

Highlight selected job and checkin confirm button

In the example below, when a job is selected, VSys will group and highlight the job and the Check in button together.

When checking out, prompt for actual job performed

This is a slightly unusual setting: if it's checked, VSys assumes that the volunteer may have checked in using some placeholder job, not the real thing. VSys will then let the volunteer choose a different job at checkout, then retroactively change their checkin to that job. You may want to use this when the volunteer may not know ahead of time what they'll actually be doing that day.

Depending on how you have the page configured (merge templates, graphics, etc.), this block will look something like the examples below.

Checking in

After clicking on a job to check in for, in this case "On-site assistant", the volunteer will get a confirmation prompt. Clicking on Check in will check the volunteer in for this job, and return the browser to the login page.

Check out

See Also

Action Links

Action Link: Add Team Member, Remove Team Member

Action Link: Agreements Display ("Aggressive")

Action Link: Assignment Crediting/Results Entry

Action Link: Client Opportunity Lookup

Action Link: Create News Items

Action Link: Edit Availability

Action Link: Force Password Update When Expired

Action Link: Interview Lookup

Action Link: Job/Opportunity Lookup

Action Link: Job/Opportunity Lookup (slot coverage)

Action Link: Kiosk Agreements

Action Link: Kiosk Login Block (Advanced)

Action Link: Kiosk Messages

Action Link: Self Check in/Check out

Action Link: Self Hours Entry

Action Link: Self Run Reports

Action Link: Send Message

Action Link: Team Leader Hours Entry

Action Link: Training Lookup

Action Link: Update Login

Action Link: Update Password (New)

Action Link: View/Lookup Schedules

Action Link: VSys Live/Anywhere Password Reset

Action Link: Upload File