A Year in Review…Posted on: January 10, 2019
Wow! 2018 was a blessed year. From launching significant updates and new features within AttendEasy & FundEasy, to meeting so many of you at conferences, to adding new members to our team… what a year!
We can’t wait to get started on 2019, but first… let’s take a look at the BEST of 2018.
Here are our top 10 blog posts of 2018:
- The FaceBook DISAdvantage: Donate Button
- How to Encourage Fundraising
- Avoid Ministry Burnout
- Social Media Tips for #GivingTuesday
- The Cost of Busy
- #GivingTuesday Communications Schedule
- On-Site Check in Process for P2P Events
- Promoting Your Event Online
- Canva: Free Design Resource
- How to Turn Cancellations into Opportunities
Our BIG Updates to AttendEasy & FundEasy Included:
- We released an Event Setup Wizard for both AttendEasy and FundEasy!
- We added an easy JumpKey Shortcut!
- We created a new WePay Settlement Report!
- We made some helpful updates to the Live Attendance Ordering Process!
- We updated our WePay Onboarding process.
- We added a special version of FundEasy for GivingTuesday & YearEnd Campaigns!
- We made FundEasy pages printable!
- We added rich-text editing for FundEasy.
- We improved User Permissions!
- We updated our Ministry Sync website, ministrysync.com, as well as created attendeasy.com and fundeasy.com!
We were on a podcast talking about our free GivingTuesday Campaigns!
We met tons of you at the Heartbeat & Care Net conferences!
Now that 2019 is here… we have many plans in store, and we can’t wait to share them with you!
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Happy New Year!
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This article was inspired by our customers and written to encourage your fundraising efforts. Although we work with ministries and events daily, our team members are not Event Consultants. We encourage you to consult with your event consultant, executive team, and/or affiliate organization before making any major changes to your events.