Introduction: WolPass



Have you ever wished you knew the parking options at your next appointment? Or the nearest café in case you arrived early? What about where to report on arrival? And most importantly, the address mapped on Google? WolPass is the easy way to provide visitors to your organization with all of this information at their fingertips.

In this article you will learn more about WolPass and how it can add value to your organization.

What is WolPass?

WolPass enables your users (employees) to send pre-registered visitors an email confirmation. This includes date, time and location of the event, directions and a Google map of the address, parking tips, Wi-Fi availability and much more all in one convenient email.

To improve the visitor experience you can also add Neighborhood Tips to your WolPass template. You can provide customized information and recommendations, such as where to grab a coffee, the local taxi company, nearby accommodation and more…

Pre-registering Visitors

Pre-registration of visitors is a built-in feature of every WhosOnLocation account. The pre-registration feature allows your users to:

  • Pre-register individuals
  • Pre-register groups
  • Create Frequent visitors
  • Create personal visitor Groups
  • Pre-register visitors for any location
  • Leave instructions for reception or security
  • Pre-print passes

Activating your WolPass 

WolPass Administrators can setup a customized WolPass email for each location in your account. It’s simple and quick. Once the WolPass is ‘enabled’ (made active), your users (employees) can select if they want to send the email to the guest visitor when completing a pre-registration or to not send it.

On receipt of the WolPass, visitors can add the meeting event to their calendar, view meeting details and any Neighbourhood Tips.

Activate WolPass now and then assign one or people the User Role of WolPass Administrator. We recommend WolPass Administrators visit our Helpdesk to learn how to setup and customize their WolPass email template for the respective location.

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