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How to bulk enroll and check in video conference participants
How to bulk enroll and check in video conference participants

Learn how to enroll and check in a list of attendees in a video conference.

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Written by Chris Ramlow
Updated over a week ago


As an admin or content owner, you have a list of attendees at a currently in-session (or past) video conference you want to quickly enroll and check into an event. This may be because a video conference link has been shared around the org and people have joined the event without first enrolling. In this case, you would want to capture their attendance in PlusPlus by enrolling and checking them into the event.


  1. From the video conference details (in Zoom or Google Meet, for example) copy the full list of emails of those who joined the called.

  2. Access the event in PlusPlus.

  3. Open the context menu (button with three dots) and select Manage Attendance.
    The Enrollments page opens.

  4. Click Enroll.

  5. Change the Email filter operator to Any of.

  6. Paste the email addresses from the meeting into the Email filter.

  7. Click Next.
    The dialog presents enrollment options.

  8. Turn on Force check-in to automatically check in the people you're enrolling.

  9. Click Enroll.

Go deeper

Why copy/paste the full list of those who have joined the call? Won't I double enroll some people?

When you paste the list of emails into the People field, the system excludes those who have already enrolled in the event. Copying the full list of emails from the video conference attendees ensures you don't miss anyone, and PlusPlus makes sure no one gets enrolled or checked in twice.

Can I bulk enroll people for an event in the future?

Learn more about bulk importing

Our Bulk Import tool lets you create event types in bulk and create, edit, and delete scheduled events in bulk using a CSV file. While not directly connected to the bulk enrollment and check-in process described in this article, bulk importing is a powerful admin tool you can use to build out your event offerings. For more, see How to bulk import event types and How to bulk import scheduled events.

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