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To sum it up: the feature allows the creation of badges by inserting a template into Azavista with the fields that you want to be replaced by participant information. Let's take a look at how it works.
IMPORTANT: this a labs feature and it has been successfully tested with 500 pages in the export document. At the moment we don't support anything further than that.
You can watch the video for a walkthrough or read the written explanation below it.
You can either use one of the templates provided in Azavista or use your own documents (as long as you respect the merge tag format as we will show). Please notice that the templates provided seem like blank pages when you first open them. But the badges are there, it's just that they don't have borders. If you click somewhere on the page you will select one of the badges and you can work on it. In the screenshots below you will see badges with black borders because it's clearer for explanation purposes.
Use the list of available merge tags and insert them in your document Please, notice that you can scroll down that list with the wheel of your mouse or by the appropriate scrolling movement of your laptops touchpad.
IMPORTANT: Notice that the #N in the merge tag has to be replaced by a number. That number starts at 1 and ends in the amount of badges you have per each page (for example, 10 in the case of 10 badges per page). So, to make it more clear, on the first badge you always replace the #N by 1, on the second badge you replace the #N by 2 and so on. In the screenshot above you can see the example with 1 and 3 because the number 2 is to the right of the first one.
Once your template is ready, you have to upload it into Azavista and indicate the number of badges per page.
The final step is to select the group of participants that you want to create badges for.
Your badges are ready! (two examples out of ten are only shown below)