checking-in

Translations

checking-in

[ˌtʃekɪŋˈɪn] N (Aer) → facturación f
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"Checking-in" means customers post on their social media site that they are visiting the store, letting all of their connections know that they shop there.
Bonus Elevate points will be awarded for virtually checking-in at the airline's airport terminals, gates and other locations.
Upon checking-in, the user is able to see if any of his friends are at the same venue, or in locations nearby, access tips from users who may have been at the venue before and find recommended places in the vicinity.