This page offers a SECURE TEXT to Sign-In option or a SECURE QRCODE that Open House Visitors can safely scan on their Smartphones or iPads. They will then be able to Sign-In to your Open House Contact Free and Touch Less using a personalized & branded sign-in form on their phone.
Never heard of secure QRCODEs? Well there is such a thing but it is rare because QRCODEs by nature are not secure and almost impossible to secure.
We developed our own in-house QRCODE and TEXT security for our clients usage to minimize any risk with using these technologies for their Open House Visitor Registrations.
If you need to do an 'Touch Free' or 'Contactless' Open House during the current Covid-19 Pandemic, this is one way to minimize contact and maintain Safe Social Distancing using a 'No touch' Sign In sheet that is actually powered by an App.
After that everything else happens normally. For instance, if you want your Visitors to receive a 'Welcome to the Open' email they will receive it normally. If you are using our Drip Campaigns, then they will be activated as well. If you wish to collect feedback you can do so also.
You will also receive near instant notification on your phone where you can view the Visitor's details on your Email App, CRM or via our website.
If you add your TEXT to the Toll-Free 888 number or the QRCODE to a flyer (or both) and display that at your Open House you could actually run the Open without a device!
Pros: No device!
Cons: You may have to manually sign someone in on your smartphone if they cannot scan the QRCODE or do not want to send a Text.
How to do this:
*Make sure to print out your QRCODE on the day or your Open House, or if using only TEXT Sign In - then load the TEXT Sign In page on your device at least once on the day of your open to initialize our security measures.
**If you need to print a flyer before the day of your Open House then you can disable QRCODE & TEXT security manually from your account dashboard.
Usually Apple devices can read a QRCODE no problems at all but Androids sometimes need an APP to scan QRCODEs. If someone cannot read the QRCODE then I would instruct them to load a QRCODE Scanner APP. Google Lens is a popular free APP for Androids and reads QRCODEs perfectly.
For iOS devices such as iPad & iPhone although they may not need it, they can also install Google Lens via the Apple Store, by installing the 'Google App' which includes Google Lens.
What if a Visitor does not want to Text or cannot scan the QRCODE or does not have a Smartphone or just does not want to scan the code?
No worries, we've got you covered there also!