September 11, 2017
In the month of August we released many handy enhancements to your account.
Check out the fun video below where Brandon and Katie introduce you to each of the items.[embed]https://webconnex.wistia.com/medias/ep0dv32ehy[/embed]
Invite others in on the data party! Any User on your account can now receive the Daily Summary Email. Simply edit the User Permissions on a desired user and check the subscribe box so they receive this beautifully helpful email each day.
It is now easier than ever to target specific registrants from the Communication Center. Simply pick and choose which registrants should receive your email. Drill down into various registration options, demographics and more! Learn more about the Communication Center here.
You’ve had the ability to customize the look and feel of your campaigns. Now you have the ability to customize the look and feel of the Customer Portal as well. Edit the color scheme, upload a logo, and even include your organization's customer support email. Learn more about the Customer Portal settings in GivingFuel or in both RegFox and RedPodium.
Easily see what way someone made a donation. Whether they made an online, offline or text-to-give contribution. This can quickly be identified within each donation record, as well as through the exports by selecting Payment Type.
If you love being part of the latest and greatest in technology, we’d love to hear from you! We are currently on the hunt for a few interested customers who would like to test drive our Donate Double feature prior to us releasing it system wide.
Donate Double is a donor matching program that allows companies to easily match their employees’ donations to your organization. This is a fantastic way to double your donations! If this sounds like fun to you, shoot us a message at email@example.com.
We love to highlight customers who are doing great things, both with our technology and for the world. Splashway Waterpark is a customer currently doing both! Here’s how Splashway Waterpark is helping to positively impact people who were affected by Hurricane Harvey. Click here to read more.