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Attendee Contact

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How do I create a CSV file?

Unfortunately due to browser & Office limitations, we're unable to create a CSV file directly for you to download. However, using the "Copy CSV data" button you can easily create a CSV file yourself.

  1. Open the 'Attendee Contact' plugin
  2. Filter the attendees you wish to export using the plugin
  3. Click the 'Copy CSV data' button
  4. On your computer, open a text editor such as Notepad (Windows), TextEdit (Mac) or Visual Studio Code.
  5. Paste the data you copied in step 3 (CTRL + C (Windows) or CMD + V (Mac))
  6. Save the file as a CSV file eg. yourfilename.csv
  7. Close your text editor, and find the file you just saved in Explorer (Windows) or Finder (Mac). Double click it to view the CSV in an app installed on your computer that handles CSV files.
Why can I only email up to 200 attendees at a time?

Unfortunately this is a limitation of the SDK that Microsoft provide developers with. A workaround is to export to CSV first, and then manually paste the email addresses into a new email.

Do you offer a free trial?
Not at this stage. Please contact us if you'd like to discuss more about the app before purchasing.
QR Code Generator

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What Airtable field types are supported for generating QR codes?

Supported field types include:

  • Single line text
  • Rich text
  • Multi-line text
  • Formula
  • Date
  • Phone number
  • Email
  • URL
  • Number
  • Auto number
How do I setup the Airtable automation script to generate QR codes automatically?
The below video walks you through setting up the provided script to generate your QR codes automatically using Airtable automations.

Note: a paid Airtable Pro or Enterprise subscription, as well as an active QR Code Generator subscription and license key is required.
How can I generate a QR code for my inventory management system?
The video below walks you through generating a QR code that can be used to update items in your inventory database

Formula to paste into the edit URL field (replace with the URL you copy when expanding the record details as per the video):
https://airtable.com/tblzK9naumpmS2fFT/viwvcA04NYS0ii7uo/' & RECORD_ID() & '?blocks=bipjXvYUdGWV3jETC'
Exact Dimensions (Miro)

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What operations are supported on Miro board items?

This table shows the supported operations for the various Miro board item types. This list is up to date as at 18th November 2022, but may be subject to change based on Miro API updates.

How can I purchase a license key?
You can purchase a license key via Gumroad.
Do you offer a free trial?
Yes! We offer a free trial for one week once you've obtained a license key via Gumroad.
What is the difference between absolute & relative positioning?
Sizes and positions can be specified in absolute terms or relative terms. For example, you can specify an item must be placed at the X coordinate 20 or that the item should be moved from its current location by 20dp.
Barcode Generator

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What Airtable field types do you support?

Supported field types include:

  • Single line text
  • Rich text
  • Multi-line text
  • Formula
  • Date
  • Phone number
  • Email
  • URL
  • Number
  • Auto number
What barcode symbologies do you support?
At present you can generate barcodes using the UPC-A, UPC-E, UPC Supplemental 2 Digit, UPC Supplemental 5 Digit, EAN-13, EAN8, Interleaved2Of5, Interleaved 2 Of 5 Mod 10, Standard 2 Of 5, Standard 2 Of 5 Mod 10, Industrial 2 Of 5, Industrial2Of5Mod10, Code 39, Code 39 Extended, Code 39 Mod43, Codabar, PostNet, Bookland, ISBN, JAN-13, MSI Mod 10, MSI 2 Mod10, MSI Mod 11, MSI Mod 11 Mod 10, ModifiedPlessey, Code11, USD-8, UCC 12, UCC 13, Logmars, Code 128, Code 128A, Code 128B, Code 128C, ITF 14, Code 93, Telepen, Fim and Pharmacode symbologies.
What does the error 'Image size specified not large enough to draw image' mean?
This error means that the text you wish to encode within the barcode is too large to be represented by each bar at the current width you have set. Each bar needs to be a minimum 1px to be readable.

To fix this error, try increasing the width of your barcode in the Barcode Generator settings.

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