Keep a Local Back-Up of Your Volunteer Data.

Tip of the Week November 25, 2019 Volgistics includes the ability to create a local back-up of your volunteer data using Excel spreadsheet reports. 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 useful

Stopping Automatic Reports

Tip of the Week October 14, 2019 Volgistics has a feature that can be setup so that certain reports will automatically process during the overnight maintenance cycle. These reports can be delivered to your account’s In Box tab on a certain day each week, or on a certain date each month. There may be times,

Include Volunteer Names on ‘Child’ Records in Excel Reports

Tip of the Week September 23, 2019 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 to create

Keep Report Columns All on One Page

Tip of the Week August 19, 2019 If you’ve created a custom report in PDF format, you may find instances where some columns of information extend beyond the width of the page causing them to appear on subsequent pages. If this is the case, you can sometimes make all the columns appear on one page

Print Service Report for a Single Archived Volunteer Record

Tip of the Week August 12, 2019 There may be times you want to print service reports for archived volunteer records. One way to do this is to create a custom Excel report that contains service information for all archived volunteers. Help topic 1997 shows how to do this. Archived records also show automatically on