How can I communicate chapel access codes or PINs to adorers?
If your adoration program requires an adorer to enter an access code or PIN in order to gain entry, We Adore Him can help. You can store a single access code for all adorers, or a different code for each adorer.
To enable this feature, visit Admin » Settings » Miscellaneous and change the "Chapel access code" setting.
If you selected All adorers use the same access code, then enter the global chapel access code. Every adorer will see this access code in the header of the website when they are logged in, beneath their name.
Please note: Any adorer who is logged in can see this access code, even those who just registered. You may want to enable the Onboarding activation code to further restrict access. You can do this at Admin » Settings » Onboarding.
If you selected Each adorer uses a different access code, then administrators and captains can enter an access code for each adorer by editing their account. Each adorer will see their own access code in the header of the website when they are logged in, beneath their name.
Please note: If you want use the same access code for all adorers, but only give this code out to certain adorers (for example, only nighttime adorers), then you can use this setting but only set the per-adorer access code on specific adorer accounts. The access code can be shared across multiple adorer accounts.
Bonus tip #1: Adorers can send a text message of code or access code to your We Adore Him phone number to receive a response containing their access code. This is very helpful for those moments when you're standing outside of the chapel and can't remember the code!
Bonus tip #2: Per-adorer access codes appear at Admin » Adorers. Use the "access code" filter to show all adorers with or without an access code. Or search for all adorers using a particular access code by entering code=CODE_HERE in the Search field.
Bonus tip #3: You can include [user:access-code] token in a bulk message which will be replaced with the recipient adorer's access code. This is useful if you want to quickly notify everyone what their access code is.