Changelog 26: API, Custom Question Reporting, Favorites & WolPass

Features Release Announcement

Today’s release includes new features like our API, a new reporting function for custom questionnaires, a great new way to make those areas of WhosOnLocation that you access daily easier to get to, and the formal announcement of WolPass, an awesome feature that let's you send an email, incorporating amazing tips for visiting your organization, to pre-registered visitors.

Lets take a closer look!

WhosOnLocation API
We are pleased to announce the release of our new Web API. It’s based on industry-standard REST principles and allows your applications to query your WhosOnLocation account visitor, and employee data, notifications, users, locations and departments through standard HTTP requests.

About the API v1

Using our JSON based REST API you can easily break out of the boundaries of your WhosOnLocation and build integrations that can leverage your visitor and staff data, notifications, users, locations and departments. Run it on your servers the way you want it.

In the near future we will be adding more endpoints to the Web API, giving developers access to yet more WhosOnLocation data.

Learn more

Custom Question Reporting

Today we release reporting for Custom Questions. This new report is available to all Report Users.

Go to Reporting > Custom Questionnaire Reports

WhosOnLocation - Reporting


After several weeks where some of our early adopters tested a new feature for us, we are pleased to formally announce the release of 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.

Learn more

Coming Soon!

Next week we release the first phase of the much anticipated Online Induction eLearning course tool.


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