Set Up your Zebra Printer for Child Check-In

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Any admin or moderator in your group can check in people to any class starting one hour before the event starts. But you can also run check-in through a kiosk, which offers unauthenticated check-in. This allows your church to use kiosk mode as a self-service station, allowing parents to check in their kid(s) upon arrival.

Note: Click here for a more in-depth guide on printing labels during check-in.

Check-in using kiosk mode currently supports the following Zebra printers:

  • QLn series
  • ZT200™ series
  • ZT400™ series
  • ZT510
  • ZT600 Series
  • ZD500™ series
  • ZD400™ series
  • LP2824+
  • GK420
  • GX420

In order to print labels using the above Zebra printers, your printer must be connected via USB or a network connection, and you must install a browser-based app called Browser Print on Windows 7, Windows 10 or Mac OSX systems, when using Internet Explorer v11 or later, Chrome v51 or later or Safari.

Click here to go straight to Zebra's website where you can request the Browser Print app you need to connect with your label printer. Once you have downloaded the Browser Print app, instructions for how to install the app can be found here

Note: Check-in using kiosk mode also supports certain Dymo printers. Learn more

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