It’s no secret; tracking attendance is a necessary but time-consuming part of a day for all types of institutions: schools, businesses, clubs, etc. However, the days of taking attendance on a piece of paper or a computer are over. Card administrators can use the ID123 digital ID cards and integrate it with a third-party tracking software to allow students, employees or members to check in and out of classes, work or events in less than a minute. Making attendance less time-consuming.

To get started, claim your institution by submitting our “Claim Institution” form. If necessary, you’ll be asked to add your institution first. After claiming your institution, you will receive access to your account on the ID Management System. From there, you can choose whether you want to control the issuance of digital ID cards or let users self-issue their ID cards by downloading our free App on their iOS or Android device.

3 Different Attendance Tracking Solutions:

Barcode Scanner Check-in

Displaying a Mobile Barcode to Check-in

A barcode scanner enables you to scan digital ID cards in just a few seconds. A barcode scanner app like Codereadr can be used to scan and collect the data. You can also use any barcode scanner device that can scan 2D barcodes. Each ID has a countdown/clock for the day and time so it cannot be cheated.

Note: The scanned data is not collected by ID123. Please consider using a third-party system to collect the data.

Scan a Barcode To Check-in

Scan a Barcode to Check-in

Daily generated barcodes can be displayed on a monitor or tablet. Upon arriving, users can scan that barcode through the ID123 app on their device to be marked as present for that day.

Note: The scanned data is not collected by ID123. Please consider using a third-party system to collect the data.

(This feature is in beta. Contact us to enable it)

Track Attendance Via Bluetooth Device

Bluetooth Beacon Check-in

Set up your Bluetooth beacon in the room. This feature automatically checks in all people attending class, work or event that have card configuration.

Note: The scanned data is not collected by ID123. Please consider using a third-party system to collect the data.

(This feature is in beta. Contact us to enable it)

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