Quick Start Guide 2017-06-27T18:39:56+00:00

Sine Quickstart Guide

Below are all the steps to take you through the basics: how to set up your Site, the hardware you need to run it, what to plug in where, and how to check-in your first visitor. It’s all part of how Sine works to make visitor management awesome.

How to use this guide

Watch the videos

Getting started doesn’t have to be hard! These videos will help you set up Sine.

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Dive into the detail — everything you need to know is available in our Knowledge Base.

Try it Out!

Sign into your Admin account, set up your Site and start checking in visitors, contractors, staff, couriers or anyone you like quickly.

An introduction to Sine in 3 minutes

Welcome to Sine in 3 minutes! See all the major features and gain a high level understanding of Sine visitor & contractor software.

  • How Sine works

  • Major features

  • Integrations

  • Hardware

Demo Part 1- Set up your Sine Venue Account

In this video we will walk you through setting up a Site to start using Sine straight away. We will check-in your first  visitor within seconds. (No additional hardware required). Then we will add your company logo, turn on Host notifications and create a custom Entry Form.

  • Create a free trial Admin account

  • Check-In visitors from the web dashboard

  • Create Entry Forms

  • Add your company branding

  • Create a Team

Demo Part 2 – Further customisation

In this video we will walk you through Hosts and how they are set up at your Site, pre-registering guests using Invitations and further customisation on your Sine account.

Check-out the full SinePoint Pro set up videos.

Looking to buy a new iPad, iPad stand or badge printer? Or want to know if Sine will work with hardware you already own? Then visit our Sine Store or Support page for more information.

  • Set up your Hosts

  • Pre-register guests

  • Run reports

  • Further customisation

Need help with Sine?

Read our FAQs and knowledgebase, or submit a support request, ask a question, suggest a new feature.