Teamgo let's you extensively customise your visitor types, sign-in flows, badges, kiosk design, branding and more. This quick overview covers some of the basic changes you can make to create a sign-in system that is unique to your organisation and its needs.

Here's you'll learn how to: 

  • Customise visitor badges 

  • Customise User ID badges

  • Change language settings 

Customise global visitor badges

  1. Click on Workspace

  2. Click on Settings

  3. Click on Badge Template

From here you can edit the badge template which will be used by default for your visitor badges for when you create iPad Kiosks or print them from the web dashboard visitors lists.

Customise iPad Kiosk Badge

Each kiosk can also have a custom badge design. This is useful if you setup kiosks for different types of visitors.

  1. Click on Workspace

  2. Click on a Location

  3. Click on Sign-in Points

  4. Select an iPad Kiosk

Once the kiosk designer launches, click "Visitor Badge" to launch the custom badge designer for the specific kiosk.

Customise ID Card Template

The ID Card is for your Users such as employees and contractors. They are printed for Users added to the system so they can display this or use it with a QR code printed onto the badge for quick scan sign in/out.

  1. Click on Workspace

  2. Click on Settings

  3. Click on ID Card Template

  4. Tick or untick elements, upload your custom logo, drag and drop elements or use the alignment tool to edit your badge's design

  5. Click "Save Changes" 

Once saved you can then print ID cards from the Users lists (see seperate guide).

Change language settings 

If you need to localise your Kiosks or add a new language you can do this quickly following the guide below. Teamgo does not set the language, rather we generate a language option you can enter all the text yourself. This way you have full control over not only the language, but the terminology and tone you want to present to visitors.

Simply put - Teamgo kiosks and notifications are available in an unlimited number of languages.

Note: you can only change the Language on Kiosks, not the web dashboard.

  1. Click on Workspace

  2. Click on Settings 

  3. Click "Languages"

  4. Click the Edit icon to configure the language settings (or add a new one)

  5. Change the translation by editing the text on the right hand side

  6. Click "Save Changes" 

Then you can apply your language options to your iPad Kiosks. You can add one or multiple languages for your visitors to select.

  1. Go back to your home screen 

  2. Choose the kiosk you would like to add that language to and launch the kiosk designer feature.

  3. At the top of the kiosk designer, click the drop down menu and click "Add language"

  4. Select a language from the drop down menu 

  5. Click "Add new"

  6. Click "Save" 

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