The DoubleDutch platform can host digital "badges" for attendees in the app. The badge includes a scannable code which contains the same data that regular, printed badges do.
Your DoubleDutch representative will add a Web View section to your app menu that will include a link that opens to the badge. You can name the title of this section anything you would like (e.g. "My Badge").
Alternatively, you can add the badge feature on your own using a slightly different setup method, available from the CMS. To add the "My Badge" section, first, go to the Discover More tab in the CMS.
Scroll down to the bottom of the page and under "Custom DDDP Extension" click on 'Add Custom'. A pop-up window will appear; enter "mybadge" in the open text field and click 'OK'.
Refresh the page and scroll back down to the bottom. You should see the My Badge extension as an option. To add the extension to your event click 'Install Now'.
Under the Layout tab of the CMS, you will then see a new section added called "My Badge".
The attendee's device must be connected to Wi-Fi or have another network connection in order for the badge to generate. Once generated, if the attendee loses connection the badge will be cached and will load in the app in offline mode.
The badge can display the name of the event, attendee's first and last name, and a scannable code. The code should contain the Unique ID for the attendee and can be a QR code or a 128 barcode.
Note: if the in-app badge is being scanned by an external scanning device, the code will scan in the following format: dd://(AttendeeID)