It is possible to use a unique access link. However, as a visitor uses the access link, it becomes connected to their account, and unable for use by another person.
You can use this if you want to give specific people early access or special access to a shop with a discount, and you don't want to run the risk of a link being shared on social media and used by many.
Set up access links through a gate
After you save the gate, you can click on the tab 'access links' and export an X number of links.
How does it work for an attendee?
As soon as an attendee clicks on a link, they go through the following steps:
1. Log in
> The attendee must log in to connect the unique access link to their account.
2. Purchase a ticket
> The attendee goes through the online shop and selects the tickets they want to buy.
3. Create profile
> If it is the first time the attendee uses Jeike, they will have to create a profile by filling in some data. As an organisation, you can set which data you want to request. You can read about it here.
> After making payment the customer will receive a confirmation of their purchase by email. If it is a free ticket, all you need to do is complete the order.
If a customer tries an already used access link, they will not get past the login page and will receive an error message.
An access link is connected to an account after login. However, if a customer is already logged in via Jeike and then clicks on the link, it will be connected immediately. Therefore, only send one link to each customer. If you decide to send multiple links to one customer, make sure that it is apparent that they should not click on all the links, otherwise the links become unusable.