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VolunteerHub April 2019 Release Notes
Posted by Matthew Murphy on 10 April 2019 11:41 AM

Admin 2.0 is here!

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The Admin Beta button in the Classic Admin Toolbar is now Admin 2.0.  This corresponds to several new and updated features added to the new admin interface: 

Sticky Admin Setting

Your browser will now remember which admin interface (Classic or New) you were last in.  When you return to VolunteerHub Admin, you are placed into your last admin experience.  You can return to Classic at any time via the Classic Admin tile within the Main Menu.

Users Filters

While in the new Admin Interface, select the Users tile.  A new filter icon is now present.

Expanding this filter allows for new ways to sort and communicate with volunteers.  This example would allow for emailing all users within a 'Corporate Groups' user group who volunteered for an event within the 'cashier' event group from January first through the month of April. 

Once the options are configured, press the filter again to display the list of users.  You can also select your desired communication method (Text or Email) to reach out to those volunteers!

Sign In Sheets

The new Admin Interface now contains both the PDF and Excel versions of sign in sheets.  To access, first navigate to your event from the Events tile.  The ellipsis button in the upper right corner contains two options:

  • Open Sign In Sheet - PDF version
  • Export Sign In Sheet - Excel version

Upcoming Events for Users

The new Admin Interface now includes the ability to view an individual user's upcoming events.  Click on the user you'd like to view and select the Upcoming tab.

Expanded User Waiver Details

Clicking on a waiver within a user's Waivers tab expands to show more details including the date recorded, method of recording, and the user who recorded it.

Comments (2)
Katy Voldrich
18 April 2019 03:25 PM
Is there a quick way to print multiple sign in sheets at once or combine them automatically (instead of fusing these lists in excel manually)? I have multiple assignments volunteers are registered for that all take place at the same mobile pantries, etc. so having all the names on one sheet per event verses 1-6 pages of names would be a big help and time saver.
Jennifer Udan
24 April 2019 08:04 AM
Hi Katy,
The Multi-Event Sign-In Sheet report would be the option for generating sign-in sheets for several events in one day, or for events that take place over multiple days:

Or perhaps running a report like the Raw Event Registration Data report would be helpful, and you could edit the columns that appear there and make your own sign-in sheet in Excel.

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