The Pass Update Manager enables users to create and schedule pass updates in bulk. Using the up and down arrows, you can filter each column in ascending or descending order. You can also filter the results by status: Draft, Scheduled, In Progress, Completed, Canceled, Paused, or Failed. Updates can be paused if they are ‘Scheduled’ for a future date and time and are not ‘In Progress’ yet.
1. Choose the Pass Template associated with the Pass records that you want to update. If you have multiple Pass Templates in your account, ONLY the Pass records associated with this template will be updated.
2. Choose a name for your update for internal use only. This update name will not be visible on the Pass.
3. Choose the type of update that you want to perform from the drop-down menu.
4. Choose which data you want to update for the Pass records associated with the selected Pass Template.
5. Add a custom Pass Update Notification to let users know that their pass has been updated and what exactly has been updated (ex. Your expired coupon has been updated to active!). Learn more about Pass Update Notifications. The notification will appear as a new field on the back of the Apple Wallet Pass and below the Google Pay Pass. The notification will also appear on the lock screen of IOS devices with the Pass installed. If you do not add a notification, the pass will still be updated.
6. After creating an update and clicking ‘Save Update’, you will be redirected to the Pass Update Manager page. Clicking ‘Save Update’ does NOT automatically schedule the update. You will need to click ‘Schedule’ on the Pass Update Manager page to schedule the update.
Editing the Pass Update will show all of the same fields in the Create Update page except for two new fields: Pass Update Created By and Pass Update Edited By. These two fields will inform you who created the update and the last person to edit the update.
1. After creating the update, click the ‘Schedule’ button that correlates to the update you wish to schedule.
2. Choose the date that you want the update to take place on. The date field will always be pre-filled to show the current date. If you want the update to happen immediately, do not change the date field.
3. Choose the time that you want the update to happen. Updates can be scheduled to happen immediately or at a later time. Updates can also be scheduled based on a certain timezone using the drop-down menu.
4. Clicking ‘Schedule’ will set the update to take place for the date and time you have scheduled it for.
5. The status of the update is shown alongside the ‘Schedule’ button for each update.