In eNotify, you could send an eNotice to as many mailing lists as you wanted. In Messages, you're limited to one mailing list at a time. What did we make that change for? Find out about the misunderstood single-list feature.
In this weeks messages blog we look at recipient statistics and individual history.
We have spent the last few weeks getting to know Messages. In this blog we learn about putting everything together (message list, template) to send in a message.
In this weeks blog, learn all about creating beautiful Message Templates containing content such as newsletters, sports news, weekly highlights which can be emailed to your recipients.
In this blog, I create Dynamic Configurations for Post and Calendar content that can then be added to my Message template.
Learn how to create a mailing list and understand the various ways to add your recipients.
Messages is a great tool for sending out email templates, in this series of Blogs we learn how to utilise Messages with it’s many features
If you want your messaging campaign to succeed, you have to think about your mobile users. But you can’t afford to forget about your desktop readers, either. Fortunately, Messages makes it easy to accommodate both!
In this Resource blog, we look at granting resource permissions to Composer Admins as we as Portal Users
Learn how to use Private Resources and Privacy Settings to allow only a selected group of visitors to view your resources.
Now we have uploaded our resources into resources and galleries learn which Elements to use to display resources onto Composer Pages.
Galleries within Resources can be used to display multiple resources on a page. In this blog we look at creating galleries.
There are many useful options in a resource properties, find out what they are and how they can be used
Your site will display many documents and images. Learn how to upload your data into resources from multiple sources.
Resources has evolved into a powerful system with numerous ways to organise, upload and display content. This is the first in a series of getting started with Resources blogs.
Last month on the Finalsite blog, Andrew Martin featured a beautiful advent calendar created by Seattle Preparatory School using our Posts module. It was inspiring! I wanted to build one for myself. In case any of you feel the same way, I'm taking you along for my journey.
Here in Support, we love your tickets! (Seriously!) Especially when you let your shining personality shine through. If you’ve ever wondered how to write up a ticket that really makes us smile, this is the blog for you! Read on for tips about how to make your friendly neighborhood Support agent even happier.
Filling out the End-of-Year services form can be a bit daunting. Here is a guide to each of the questions and how to answer them.
Your school's handbook may be one of the most important documents you have, as well as one of the hardest to bring over to the HTML environment. Follow these tips to help your handbook break out of the PDF mold.
Getting your images to look exactly right on your website can be tough. Get a handle on the terminology and learn to "let go" of the stress of optimizing the pictures on your site.
This blog tackles the question of why formatting from word processors doesn't transfer when you paste it into the web editor. It requires an extra step, but there's a good reason for it.
An explanation of how direct links to Posts are created, and how they can be tweaked for maximum SEO impact.
Details about an upcoming shift to serve all site content securely via HTTPS.
The Constituent Directory element is a useful tool that lets you display virtually any—yes, any—information from your Constituent Manager profiles in a pop-up or Constituent Profile element.
How to add events from a Calendar Manager calendar to a user's own personal Google Calendar account - this process was recently updated due to changes on Google's end.
An explanation of the Credential Reports tool in Constituent Manager
This week's release has updates to Composer, Messages and Posts, including the ability to access your message reports directly from the messages list and a new feature to move all your posts from one board to another.
Some highlights of this week's release include: a Subscribe option for the Messages element, a search by keyword feature for the app directory, and bulk-delete abilities for posts and Posts subscriptions.
Thank you to those who attended FinalsiteU! This update includes added features to our dual-platform App and some bug fixes, too. Wishing you had gone to FinalsiteU? Check out these notes for some other upcoming events like Finalsite Prep.
A quick update to the calendar element in Composer, a new Posts feature, and more in this weeks software update blog.