NexEvents
  • 31 May 2022
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NexEvents

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What is NexEvents?

NexEvents is an app available on iOS and Android tablets that lets your event attendees check in to events happening in your space.

How NexEvents Works

Every event attendee receives a QR code and a PIN code along with their ticket for the event. They can use either codes to check in through the app.

For more information, check out Setting up NexEvents and Using NexEvents.

Tablet Requirements

You need at least one tablet meeting the requirements detailed below to use NexEvents. You can choose to set up several tablets with NexEvents if you want to allow event check-in/outs in multiple areas of your space.

Screen size 

Tablet screens must be over 7 inches. We recommend displays between 9 and 12 inches for optimal display and ease of use. 

Wi-Fi

Tablets must connect to Wi-Fi to download and use the app. 

Bluetooth

Tablets must support Bluetooth 4.0 (also known as BLE) or above.

Access to the Apple Store or Google Play 

Tablets must have access to the Apple Store (iPad) or Google Play (Android tablets) to download the app.

Minimum OS Version 

Tablets must use a recent version of iOS or Android. You can easily find the minimum OS required for your tablets from the app's page on the App Store or Google Play. 

iPads

To find the minimum iPadOS required to use the app, find the app on the App Store and scroll down to the Information section. 

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Android tablets

To find the minimum Android version required to use the app, find the app on Google Play and click on the arrow icon next to About this app

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What You Need to Set Up NexEvents

An Admin Account Dedicated to NexEvents

We recommend you create a dedicated admin account for NexEvents.

You can create a full unrestricted admin or a restricted user with a role that includes the following permissions:

  • AccessToken - All
  • Business - List, Read
  • Coworker - List, Read
  • RefreshToken - All
  • User - List, Read, Create

For more information, check out User Roles Examples.


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