Using RFID Fobs to Check In

Created by: Paul Nuschke on Sept. 9, 2018

Now that you have fobs assigned to members, you'll want to use them to check in those members. This part is extremely simple.

Getting Started with RFID Key Fobs or Cards

Created by: Paul Nuschke on Sept. 9, 2018

SpeedIn can optionally be used with barcodes or RFID cards to facilitate quicker check-in and to provide an additional level of validation that the person or family being scanned is a member. This article talks about how that works, and how to set it up. When you are done, you should be able to scan a fob and easily check in that member.

Synchronize Members from QuickBooks

Created by: Paul Nuschke on May 1, 2018

Use QuickBooks to track your members and handle payments? Learn how to import and synchronize your members from QuickBooks.

Import Members from CSV

Created by: Paul Nuschke on Sept. 17, 2018

Have a spreadsheet with your members in it? Learn how to import that CSV into SpeedIn.

Frequently asked questions about how SpeedIn works

Created by: Paul Nuschke on Dec. 13, 2018

SpeedIn is an application that allows you to control access to your "club" or venue based on members. To learn more about requirements, how check-ins work, timezones, events, and more please read on.

Track Who is at your Club

Created by: Paul Nuschke on Sept. 16, 2018

Have a club where you need to track who is on the premises? With SpeedIn you can track both Check-Ins and Check-Outs.

Case Study: How one Swim Club uses SpeedIn

Created by: Paul Nuschke on Jan. 3, 2019

There are many use cases for SpeedIn, but SpeedIn was built to help manage the check-in process for a swim club. The Wallingford Swim and Racquet Club had a fairly simple requirement - they wanted to be able to quickly and easily check in families as they arrived. They also cared about access control as it was common for families to stretch the rules, so they wanted either a card or a fob for check-in and the ability to keep a photo on file for each member.