Tracking Attendance With Total People Rather Than Individuals

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    Tina

    Hello,

    I am having trouble with getting the added anonymous attenders to save. It lets me add them into the total number of attendance, but won't save.

    Any suggestions?

    Tina

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    Emily W.

    Hey TIna!

    Thanks for reaching out. I am so sorry to hear this. Happy to help. Would you mind providing some additional details so that I can best serve you? 

    Does the number after you add it change the total number of attenders? 

    Can you clear your cookies and cache and try again to see if you get the same or a different result?

    Blessings! 

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    info

    Hello. For our main Sunday service in the sanctuary, we like to track these separately - adults, children, stage, the A/V team, and lobby - we do this by taking a head count of each. Is there a simple way to track these in Breeze? So far, I can only see how to do one overall headcount for the service. Thank you.

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    Emily W.

    Hi Info!

    Yes there is a way! 

    You create a tag for each of these classes so you could have separate check in counts for each class. 

    You can also create separate events for each of these classes and do a headcount for each class separately.

    For example you could set your event for specific tags(after you have created tags for each class)

    Specific Tags Limits the check-in list to people who are in specific tags (e.g. Nursery tag for checking into the nursery).

    Editing Event Settings

    Checking People into an Event

    If you'd like more help in setting this up, please don't hesitate to reach out to our Support team. We are here and happy to serve.

    Blessings! 

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    pierrevalynsa

    Hum.... i tried this method and im not sure what you are trying to say.. it does not work....

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    Stephen Ivey

    @pierrevalynsa

    Hey! We're moving your request over to Support in order to serve you better!

     

    Cheers!

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