Accreditation via Macbook

How do I print badges on my Macbook?

To print via Macbook, you must search for the attendee (People > Attendees) and click on their name. In the side editing window that opens, click the print icon (it will have a red ball). 

Then download the plugin

Download the plugin

After installation, You might not necessarily see a pop-up window, due to Apple's restrictions, but you should see the InEvent icon in the top bar on the right of your screen. Click on the InEvent icon to get the numeric code. Enter the code in the Connection window as instructed, and click Connect.

 Enter the code in the Connection window

The connection is complete when the ball color on the print icon turns green. After connecting, you can choose which printer will print the participant's credentials. Click on the participant's name again and click on the print icon to print the badge.

The connection to the computer is only made at the beginning of the process. After entering the code and selecting the printer, you just need to find the attendees and click on the print icon.
Find the attendees and click on the print icon

How do I pre-print or bulk print badges for all or multiple attendees?

To print badges in bulk or print pre-print badges you will require a MacBook or computer running macOS, the following does not work on computers running Windows operating systems.
  1. Navigate to People > Attendees.
pre-print or bulk print badges
  1. Click on Edit and then Select, which will place a check next to all users, allowing you to end them in bulk. You will then see a Bulk Edit № People screen on the right of your browser, at the bottom of this screen select Print Badges.
Bulk Edit number People screen
If you want to print multiple badges, although not all, you can manually check the boxes next to the attendees you wish to print.
  1. To finish printing the badges please follow the steps at the beginning of this article.

The printer connected to the Macbook has stopped printing, how do I proceed?

This can occur for some reasons, mainly because of internet swing. If you find that the printer that is connected to your Macbook is no longer printing, follow this simple step-by-step:

  1. Unplug the Macbook printer USB
  2. Go to the Macbook settings
  3. Click printers
  4. Note that the Brother printer in the list will be red. In the lower corner, you will see a + and - sign. Select the Brother printer and delete it from the list by clicking the - button.
  5. Plug the printer back via USB cable into the Macbook, it will automatically be added to your list of printers, and it will be green
  6. Go back to the platform on the attendee screen and press the F5 key to refresh the page

With this step by step, the printer will return to normal operation.

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