How do I set up a testing event and invite crew? by admin4632 | Jan 28, 2022 | 0 comments A How do I set up a testing event and invite crew? Category: Covid Management It’s really easy to let your crew know about their next Covid testing session. Let’s go through it step by step. From the main Badger dashboard, click on Events (1). On the top-left of the screen, click on Create Event (1) and select Covid 19 Test on the next screen. Here’s where we input all the useful data about the upcoming testing event.(1) Make sure you’ve selected the right project in case you use Badger on more projects under the same production.(2) Name your event. For example Stage 16 – Red zone testing only.(3) Here you can write custom instructions your crew will receive in the app reminder and in their emails.(4) Specify the start and finish of your testing event.(5) Choose between PCR or Antigen test type.(6) Choose the testing time interval in seconds. This is how quickly your swabbers can go. The administrative agenda (scanning badge QR code and printing a vial label) takes about 10 seconds per user with Badger. (7) Choose the contact person on-site.(8) Choose your lab service provider(9) Specify the address where testing will take place.(10) Add an additional note to the address. For example door #, floor, W3W link, etc.(11) Once done, click Next. On this page, we will add people to the invite list. We can do this in four different ways.(1) Select one or more users by looking up their name or email.(2) Add whole departments.(3) Add people by their zone/pod/group assignment.(4) Add people by copying and pasting a list of emails(5) Drag and drop users to change their order(6) See for what time a user is being invited(7) See the name, department, position and email of the invited individual(8) See the person’s last Covid test date(9) Click Next. On this screen, you can review everything (1) before sending out the invitations (3). You can also save the event as a draft and come back to it later (2). You can also add more people to the testing event even once it’s been sent out. Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.