3.11 Scan A GPS Checkpoint

Updated Jun 30, 2020

Like barcode and NFC checkpoints, GPS checkpoints can be scanned alone, or as part of a tour.

  1. Click on the Checkpoint icon. ​
  2. Select the Start a tour option from the check menu.
  3. Select the tour from the list of tours.
  4. If a checkpoint is setup for GPS, it will have a note under the name of the checkpoint. 

To scan the GPS checkpoint click on the name of the checkpoint.The GPS window will open to show all checkpoints that are within range. Click on the name of the checkpoint you would like to scan. The application will scan the checkpoint.

You can also scan a stand-alone GPS checkpoint.

  1. Click on the Checkpoint icon. ​
  2. Select the GPS Scan option.
  3. Select the GPS checkpoint you wish to scan.

Note: A notification will display in red at the top of the screen indicating how far away you are from the GPS checkpoint.

  1. When the scan ​is completed a confirmation will display and you will be brought back to the home screen.

Note: A green check mark will appear next to the checkpoint once it has been scanned.

ScreenSteps - Google Chrome
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