Auto-Tagging allows you to pass a custom value (with a maximum length of 64 characters) via the URL you use for your waiver. The value you use could be any unique identifier for the participant signing the waiver such as a customer number. When a waiver is completed using this link the waiver will automatically be tagged with this value.
How to use Auto-Tag on your waivers:
- Determine your waiver’s GUID (Globally Unique Identifier).
a) If your waiver’s URL is: https://www.smartwaiver.com/w/4fc7d12601941/web/
then your GUID is 4fc7d12601941
b) Next create a new link: https://www.smartwaiver.com/auto/?auto_waiverid=GUID&auto_tag=1234
- Replace the letters GUID with your waiver's GUID. (Alternatively you can shorten the length of the URL by using a Custom URL instead of the GUID. View this brief video to learn how).
- Replace 1234 with the value you’d like to auto-tag (this must be URL encoded). So for example, if the value you would like to auto-tag is a customer number: cust2432, then your URL for your web version waiver would look like: https://www.smartwaiver.com/auto/?auto_waiverid=4fc7d12601941&auto_tag=cust2432
- If you’d like to link to the kiosk version of your waiver instead of the web version simply add &auto_kiosk to the end of the URL: https://www.smartwaiver.com/auto/?auto_waiverid=4fc7d12601941&auto_tag=1234&auto_kiosk
Anyone Else Need to Sign?
By default, "auto_anyoneelseneedtosign" is set to 1 but you can explicitly set it to 1 to re-enable "Anyone else needs to sign" after disabling it on the same computer.