Learning Centre

Learning Centre

Learn more about features and system basic.

Event Guides

Setting up a Basic Event

Setting up a Registration Event

Setting up a Tabled Event

Setting up to Sell Merchandise


Welcome to the learning centre

Extending the Booking Time

Free Events Overview   

Cloning an Event

Recycling an Event

Promotional Codes Overview    

Different Levels of Access   

Tracking Overview   

Locking Your Bank Account

Data Collection Fields Overview   

Gatekeeper Scanning   

Seating Plans Overview   

Sample Buttons

Finding the Event URL

Follow up Emails   

Working with Tickets   

Creating a Tax Invoice

Terms and Conditions

Introducing TryBooking to your Community

Gift Certificates Overview   



Event Homepage

Session Times Overview   

Using Headers

Changing to Daylight Savings Time

Finding a Booking

Refund Overview   

Sections Overview   

Networking your Computers

Multiple computers are connected to your server via a network cable or wireless / router arrangement. You do not require Internet access for the network or system to function when scanning.

1.  Install your software on the main computer only. We recommend you treat the server as a separate machine and avoid using it as a scanning point.

2.  Login as the Administrator (Gate), select Network from your menu items. If you need to connect more than one computer, please click into the box beside 'No' to change this setting to Yes. 

3.  Your screen will now deliver an IP address. Note the IP address on your server computer.


4.  Connect each computer to the server via a wireless or cabled network.

5.  Open the web browser on each scanning computer.

6.  Type the IP provided by the server software into the web browsers address bar. 

7.  This will provide you with a scanning screen on that new computer, ready to use. 

8.  Repeat this on each scanning point computer.

TIP:  If you do need to look up data on the server computer, we recommend you open another tab and connect to your data store via the same network arrangement as the scanning point computers.