This segment highlights features on Kisi that we think are valuable and useful and how you can use them to optimize your Kisi system as well!
People in a company come and go. With key cards or physical keys, it means extra work chasing down people to return physical keys. Fortunately, with Kisi, there is no such hassle involved. How do you ensure your space is kept secure?
1. Run through your member list to remove duplicates and inactive members at least once a month
Taking away members who are no longer active ensures your space is well tracked and can even save you some money on monthly subscription service. View your member list on the dashboard under Members. Press the trash can on the right to revoke access.
2. Run through the memberships they have
This particular member above has 5 memberships. This may be too many for one person, it is highly possible that there are duplicate memberships or they have memberships they no longer need.
Click on an individual member to see the memberships they have under their account. As seen here, this member has a bunch of irrelevant memberships that can be taken away by clicking on the trash can icon. The individual memberships can also be edited by clicking on it.
3. Give step by step instructions about Kisi to a new member
A new person in your space might be overwhelmed with everything going on around them. However, do your best to make sure the member knows how to set up a Kisi account to ensure correct access to the space. This article is great for helping users get started with Kisi.
4. Organize members using groups
Using groups allows you to categorize members based on their access rights. Refer to this article for some best practices.
Feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you require any assistance.