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Prizes

Prizes can be awarded for logging quantities or challenges. To add a new prize, click Add New.

Prize Name: Fill out the name of the prize. This will appear both to patrons and to staff.

Requirements: Logging quantity allows you to tie a prize to how much patrons log.

Note: Challenge Completion lets you tie a prize to a challenge or a specific combination of challenges. Please note that a multiple-submission challenge is not considered complete until all the required entries have been made.

Image: Prizes can have images associated with them. When creating or editing a prize, click the "Select Image" button to either upload an image from your computer, enter a URL to an image on the internet, or select an image already in your media library. If you do not choose an image for a prize, the default "gift box" image will be used.  By making use of Prize Images, you can facilitate a badging setup in your program.

Message: This is the message patrons see alerting them that they have won the prize. Be sure to include any relevant instructions for redeeming the prize. (Prize message must be 140 Characters or less in order to save the program.) 

Copying a prize: Copying an existing prize allows program creators to quickly create a similar prize without re-entering all of the original prize's details. For instance, if you wanted to award a free book after a patron reads five books and award another free book after the patron reads ten books, you could create the "Free Book" prize with a requirement of "5" and then copy it, changing the requirement to "10" books. Here is our example in practice:



Certificates

Certificates can be awarded for logging quantities or challenges. They double as digital badges as well. To add a new certificate, click Add New.

 


Certificate Name: Fill out the name of the certificate. This is how the certificate will be identified on the patron side of the program.

Achievement:
This appears on the certificate itself and explains what the patron did to earn the certificate.

Requirements: Logging quantity allows you to tie a certificate to how much patrons log.

Note: Challenge Completion lets you tie a certificate to a challenge or a specific combination of challenges. Please note that a multiple-submission challenge is not considered complete until all the required entries have been made.


Image:  This image will appear on the patron side of the program and can double as a digital badge. It will also be in the center of the certificate when printed. You can upload an image from your computer, from a URL, or from your already-loaded library of image

Message: This is the message patrons see alerting them that they have unlocked the certificate. (Certificate message must be 140 Characters or less in order to save the program.)

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