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What Aspects and Functions Do You Find the Most Useful and Why. How Did It Benefit You

What Aspects and Functions Do You Find the Most Useful and Why. How Did It Benefit You

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What aspects/functions of Wild Apricot do you find the most useful and why? How did it benefit you and your organization? Full list of comments from customer survey December 2009.
What aspects/functions of Wild Apricot do you find the most useful and why? How did it benefit you and your organization? Full list of comments from customer survey December 2009.

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06/14/2009

 
(Wild Apricot non-profit software – raw data from customer survey December 2008)
What aspects/functions of Wild Apricot do you find the mostuseful and why? How did it benefit you and yourorganization?
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Comment TextResponse Date1.
Membership administration is the key feature for us. It will helpus a lot once it will be put in place.Mon, 1/12/09 6:19AM
2.
Love the reporting on event registration. Tue, 1/6/09 6:36 PM
3.
The membership management is very, very good. When mywebsites grow, it will be more and more useful.
The fact that Ican present a professional looking website without being atechie is a great advantage and benefits the image of myorganisation.
Tue, 1/6/09 12:27 PM
4.I took on the role of treasurer, and realized we did not have aclear system of managing our membership database. It was soout of date, and since I had payment information, I took onthe task of cleaning it up. I kept it in excel spreadsheettemporarily, and new I was on a hunt for the solution. Youhad exactly what I was looking for in a database membershipsolution, and for a very reasonable fee.
Wed, 12/31/08 11:38AM
5.
output to excel Tue, 12/30/08 11:43AM
6.
Consolidated list for contacts. Group emails. Event registration.Renewal. Payment through Paypal. We'd like to get into the webmore, but we don't quite understand how to get our currentdomain hosted with WA.Wed, 12/24/08 2:58PM
7.
Although I am pretty good with HTML, I am really just beginning to learn CSS. I know you have tutorials, but somethinga little more in-depth would help (maybe even more links to readmore of how to build a CSS so someone can build their own on acrap site). I learn the most by trying it out. Also, it would really be neat if on a page that is created if you could turn off the CSS.Why? Sometimes, you just want the look and feel to becompletely different. For instance, we are a church, and I wouldlove for the youth page or something like that to not have to liveinside the CSS. Maybe there is already a coding way to do this,Sun, 12/21/08 9:24PM
 
 but for us CSS novices, it would be great to have the option. Yes,I'd agree that this might be a hinderance or danger to those whoaren't fimiliar with basic HTML, but for those of us who knowhow to link back to the main site and other pages, it wouldn't be a problem. Just a thought.
8.Its the ease of use generally that I really like. I now run threesites for different organisations using WA, and they haveimproved admin processes immeasurably, and almosteliminated the manual work I used to have to do (whichdrove me crazy).
Sun, 12/21/08 8:37PM
9.
The web page templates have been great. The membership payment function is great. When a member chooses to paymanual, I would like the option of checking a box to change to pending or lapsed or leave active as an option in the managementsection.Sat, 12/20/08 2:01PM
10.
The built in database capabilities saved us development time.Still working our way through all the features.Fri, 12/19/08 5:26 PM
11.
Online registration is the most useful for my organization. Thu, 12/18/08 10:27PM
12.
1. Custom fields in membership directory - very useful as itenables us to send out targeted e-mails to members based on their location / interests. 2. PayPal integration - this makes it very easyfor us to charge for events, and the multiple registration types isvery handy 3. The ability to export members list and eventattendees lists is VERY useful to us - this is data that we need to be portable. 4. HTML e-mails and notifications allow us to createcaptivating communications to our membershipThu, 12/18/08 7:09PM
13.Very easy to use for our members. Quick and easy to updatewhen there is a change needed. For example a date change orspelling error or information added.
Thu, 12/18/08 2:53PM
14.
I love the online searchable database and how you can sendemails to just certain groups using this function. I also thoughtthe web design was easy to use. I love being able to have multipleadministrators.
Having this website has reduced lots of ourgroup's paperwork needs and reduced labor - importantwhen everyone is working for free anyway.
Thu, 12/18/08 7:52AM
15.
Email blasts, events & member management. Great flexibility! Mon, 12/15/08 10:53PM
16.
Online registration, and keeping track of membership isawesome. Being able to add pages to meet our different tripsneeds, and to be able to have a private members only area isgreat... that's where we put our newsletter download.Mon, 12/15/08 3:13PM
17.Ease of allowing non-technical users to update the website
Mon, 12/15/08 11:00
 
AM
18.
 built in auto subscription recurring payments Mon, 12/15/08 4:55AM
19.
search and email blast, event functions, on line registration and payment for members and eventsSun, 12/14/08 11:11PM
20.
Easy web site development and changes. Easy e-mail blasting. Sat, 12/13/08 2:24PM
21.
the member directory, a log in aspect, and the ability to register for events. I'm still working on the payment option.Sat, 12/13/08 12:48PM
22.
Integrated database, email, and web function well together andmake communication much easier and our records more accurate.Fri, 12/12/08 7:36 PM
23.
I love the membership database. We always have an up to datemembership list that we can "blast". I also love the members only pages.Fri, 12/12/08 3:38 PM
24.I love the fact that I can create events and have members inthe same environment. Kudos.
Fri, 12/12/08 3:18 PM
25.
Event registration and payment. Membership sign up form and payment. Ability to download membership lists and event lists.Fri, 12/12/08 2:53 PM
26.
Very easy to use and manipulate. The member profile servicesand restricted areas are awesome.Thu, 12/11/08 11:06PM
27.
On-line registration is needed and we do not have the staff todesign and manage our own systemThu, 12/11/08 4:20PM
28.
membership processing. easy website Thu, 12/11/08 2:40PM
29.Having the integrated member application, database, anddirectory is what brought me to Wild Apricot. There justweren't any other services out there offering the fullintegration of those items (without charging $500-1000 permonth, based on our org size). It decomplicates my life as avolunteer administrator (by unifying several systems I had touse before for the same purpose) and increases the accuracyand timeliness of the member directory -- which previouslywas only printed every few years.
Thu, 12/11/08 1:06PM
30.
Online membership registration! That's the reason I bought it. Wed, 12/10/08 9:12PM
31.
Ask me next year. Wed, 12/10/08 4:08PM
32.
I like the fact that I spent no time maintaining the site and I canuse any computer to work on it.Wed, 12/10/08 3:44PM
33.
The manual and knowledgebase is excellent and easy to use for technotards.... Ease of Start up Membership Management EventWed, 12/10/08 2:44PM

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