As a company Admin, you can change the default behaviour of a Savitas QR code sticker. By default such a sticker logs an entry when people scan the same code within one minute. This is the functional representation of a casual encounter.
However, in an office environment, people tend to have meetings. A meeting actually means that people can sit together in a closed space for a longer period of time, and such an encounter must also be registered correctly, which means e.g. also including people who arrive late at the meeting.
This is why we have come up with the following logic: a meeting can take as long as you want (up to 8 hours), the first one there starts the meeting and the others join. When the meeting’s over, another person can start a new meeting.
In order to get this behaviour, we need to tell the Savitas QR sticker that it’s now a meeting room sticker. For this we are going to use the Admin tool, which is only available for company Admins.
On your smartphone, go to portal.savitas.io, and click ‘Login’:
Log in with your Admin credentials:
After logging in, you get the Savitas QR portal home screen (in this case a person who’s both delegate and administrator – your screen may show only the administrator role):
Click the ‘Sticker management’ button. On the next screen, allow camera access so that the built-in QR scanner can work:
With this built-in scanner, scan the Savitas QR sticker that you want to turn into a meeting room sticker. It is either a ‘fresh’ sticker just off the roll, or it is a Savitas QR that was already there.
If it is a fresh sticker, you get this screen:
But you can also convert an existing sticker (that was used before) to a meeting room sticker, then you get this screen:
In both cases, clicking the button ‘Meeting room sticker’ turns the Savitas QR code sticker into a meeting room sticker. You can also choose to make it (or convert it back to) a normal sticker.
Please read the help article “What are Savitas QR meeting room stickers and how do they work?” to learn more how a meeting sticker behaves.