We realize that reducing or eliminating lines isn’t the same as developing a vaccine, but our own small way, we introduced SafeW8 to make life just a little bit easier and safer during these challenging times (read the full story of Why we started SafeW8).
We can think of no better place to focus our support than helping students return safely to school. Starting today, we are making the full version of SafeW8 available FOR FREE to schools for back-to-school 2020. (For as many schools as we can support, and for as long as we can!)
Schools choosing to take advantage of this offer can simply:
Download the SafeW8 Manager app (available for Apple and Android) via the links on www.SafeW8.com and work through the simple 5 minute setup process,
Use the in-app testing function to prepare your team, and
Communicate with your district, students, parents, etc.. Here’s some copy you may wish to include in your messaging.
Download SafeW8 app for safety and convenience--#NoMoreLines.
We recognize that there are many challenges associated with back-to-school season, and with the COVID-19 pandemic, this year will present some additional challenges. We are taking many precautions to make this process as easy and safe as possible.
We have implemented a new tool to reduce or eliminate the need for standing in line for [COVID testing, buying books, picking up computers, etc.].
Download SafeW8 from the Apple App Store or the Android App Store.
Then simply find the queue you're looking for e.g. [Metropolis University Book Store or Metropolis Student Health Testing]
Join the queue and monitor notifications.
When it’s your turn, you’ll be notified to approach the [front door, tent, booth, etc.] show your eTicket, and enter when directed.
If you do not use the app. and choose to physically wait in line, you will still need to adhere to state and local madates. We do, however, encourage everyone to use the app. for your and others safety and convenience.
Please contact us at support@SafeW8.com for help on rolling out the solution and unlocking the expanded capacity.