If your business welcomes children, parents might want to manage multiple children. Here's how Punchpass can accommodate multiple children under a single parent.

We would recommend setting up one customer that includes both child's names. So, "Aaron and Jon" (children) are a single customer, and their email is their parent's email (Ned Star). You can use the City field as a wild card and put the parent's name there -- that field is sortable when you click on the column heading.

All passes in the shared account will be usable by the children in question.

If both children attend the same class, you should mark the customer as attending a class twice. The system will warn you that it's a duplicate attendance, but it will accept the attendance.

If the children need different passes for some reason (Kids Group A pass & Toddler Group B pass are different prices & different classes), you can allow that as well. Just set up the passes to be valid only for the classes they are good for. The "customer" (with multiple children) can hold multiple passes, but the proper one will be deducted when a particular child needs it. Alternately, if all children are accessing the same passes/classes, that's fine too -- just mark that "customer" as attending twice when both kids show up for a particular class.

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