Compare 2021 Volunteer Service to 2019

Many organizations like to print year-end or quarterly reports showing how volunteer service numbers have changed from one year to the next. However, many organizations also consider 2020 to be too much of an anomaly, and prefer to compare this year to 2019 instead. To get this information, we recommend printing a service summary report

Keep a Local Back-Up of Your Volunteer Data

Tip of the Week November 15, 2021 Volgistics includes the ability to create a local back-up of your volunteer data using Volgistics’ Data Export feature. One reason to save this data to your local system is to access to your volunteer data in a situation where your internet connection is down. However, there is another

Import and Print Schedule in Excel

Tip of the Week June 14, 2021 Volgistics’ Schedule Reports are available in PDF format. However, there may be times you want to have the schedule in Excel format. There is not a report within Volgistics that is able to do this, but you can use the features in Excel to get the schedule information

Include Archived Volunteers in Excel Spreadsheet Reports

Tip of the Week February 22, 2021 Your Volgistics database is divided into archived and non-archived sections. The Archive is designed for long term storage of inactive volunteers. In your account’s service level, archived records cost significantly less because they have more limited functionality than non-archived records. For example, archived volunteers cannot be tagged or

Tip of the Week September 18, 2017

Include volunteer names on ‘child’ records in Excel reports In databases, a ‘child’ record is a piece of information that relates back to one particular record. Because Excel Spreadsheet reports are designed to be able to contain a very large amount of detailed volunteer information such as service entries and checklist dates, it is necessary