QuickReg is a truncated version of your application page that you can customize to include as much or as little profile information as you would like (down to a minimum of name, primary phone number, and email). You can enable QuickReg on opportunities where you specifically need to collect less information from your volunteers or make the registration process faster. You can also use it as a stand-alone version of the volunteer application or on the Sign-in Console.
You can customize which fields are included in the QuickReg application by clicking the button to “Reorder Volunteer Profile Fields / Configure QuickReg Fields” in the Information Collection section of the System Configuration. The selected fields are global settings that will apply anywhere that you have QuickReg enabled. Note that when volunteers are filling out the QuickReg application as a part of registering for an event, any items that you select other than name, primary phone number, and email address will appear after the volunteer has completed the initial fields in order to make the process the most efficient for returning volunteers.
QuickReg can be enabled for opportunities independently. To enable it, you will set the “Enable CERVIS QuickReg” option located in the opportunity details to “Yes”. This will allow volunteers to sign up with the shorter version of your application that you configured. Note that QuickReg cannot be used in conjunction with registration/application restrictions on an opportunity.
If you have walk-in registration enabled for your system, each time you open the Sign-in Console you will see the option to use the regular volunteer application or the QuickReg version for your walk-in registrations. If a volunteer creates a profile using QuickReg, they will be prompted to complete the missing information on the full application the next time they log in to their profile or register for an event that uses the full application.
For details on how to change the fields on your QuickReg profile, please see the knowledge base article linked HERE.