Use the Contacts Tab to Record Secondary Contacts for Group Records

Tip of the Week September 6, 2021 If your organization uses group records, you can record the main contact’s name, address, phone number, and email on the Core tab of the group record. However, there may be times when you need to record additional contacts. In this case, you can create a new contact Kind

Tip of the Week September 25, 2017

Use the Contacts tab to record secondary contacts for group records If your organization uses group records, you can record the main contact’s name, address, phone number, and email on the Core tab of the group record. However, there may be times when you need to record additional contacts. In this case, you can create

Tip of the Week July 31, 2017

Use the Find fields, and the Advanced options, to locate volunteer records. When you’re searching for specific groups of volunteer records, the Basic options on the Volunteers page provide a powerful search tool. For example, to locate just Active Adult volunteers, select “Active” from the Status dropdown and “Adult” from the Type dropdown, and then

Tip of the Week September 26, 2016

Link to web sites for volunteer records from within Volgistics Volunteer records in Volgistics have a Web site field on the Core tab. On group records, this field can be used to record the organization’s web site. On individual volunteer records, you can record the volunteer’s personal web page or their page on sites such

Tip of the Week May 23, 2016

Customize which fields show on the Volunteers Page By default, the Volunteer List page shows the Name, Tag, Group name, Street, City and Status fields in new trial accounts. However, you can customize the fields that are shown here to make this page more usable for your organization. To do this, you will need access

Tip of the Week September 21, 2015

Use the Contacts tab to record secondary contacts for group records If your organization uses group records, you can record the main contact’s name, address, phone number, and email on the Core tab of the group record. However, there may be times when you need to record additional contact names and information for the group.

Tip of the Week July 27, 2015

Use the Find fields, and the Advanced options, to locate volunteer records. When you’re searching for specific groups of volunteer records, the Basic options on the Volunteers page provide a powerful search tool. For example, to locate just Active Adult volunteers, select “Active” from the Status dropdown and “Adult” from the Type dropdown, and then

Tip of the Week December 30, 2013

Use the Contacts tab to record secondary contacts for group records If your organization uses group records, you can record the main contact’s name, address, phone number, and email on the Core tab of the group record. However, there may be times when you need to record additional contact names and information for the group.