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About adevandry

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  1. I understand the way it is set up now, and while it's a good option for people with mobile sites, it is no use for responsive sites. The future of web design is the use of responsive sites. Does Trumba have any plans to release a responsive calendar spud?
  2. Hi Trumba. I'm curious to know if there is a way to make a responsive calendar spud that will auto-resize on responsive websites. I read about the mobile list spud, but that seems to only be for mobile sites.
  3. Thanks for the update. How are other email blast companies (Mailchimp, for example) able to legally notify me when someone unsubscribed? Notification comes via email to me and also on my account dashboard. I just dont understand how letting me know that Joe Schmo unsubscribed is a violation of privacy.
  4. Thank you so much, Steve! Great news.
  5. Hi Steve. In regards to the second point you made. There are actually three radio buttons there, and all three have been checked as NO for months. Yet the legend is still sent with every scheduled calendar email. If I sent the calendar via a one-time email, the legend is gone. But it shouldn't be there for scheduled emails either.
  6. Anything new here? Have you talked to the development team since last July about this? Also, how come when I check the NO radio button to indicate that I don't want to "Include legend on the right", I get a legend anyway in the scheduled emails?
  7. I would like to change the colors of the Month List spud. In the Publishing Control Panel, there is no option for "Edit Settings & Styles" next to the Month List spud. But I am pretty sure it can be edited, because your Trumba University example has an edited Month List control spud. http://university.trumba.com/online_calend...trol_spuds.aspx How do I do this?
  8. If that is the case, why aren't their names marked red with the exclamation pts? Or why are they even still on the list? If they opt-out, doesn't Trumba remove them from the list automatically? I mean what if my organization plans on using that list to send out other non-Trumba emails? We can't rely on that if there are people listed there who have opted out.
  9. I have heard from a handful of people this week that they are not receiving the emails. they are on the email recipients list correctly, and the name/email address is not red with the exclamation points. I asked them to check their spam mail, and they all said the email is not there either. If what they are saying is true, then I suspect many more of my customers, perhaps hundreds, are not receiving the emails, and yet there is no way for me to know unless they tell me. This is a major flaw in Trumba's software, in my opinion.
  10. Hi Jill. It's been four years since this request was made. Have there been any updates made yet?
  11. I looked at this page, but it doesn't seem to be what I'm looking for: https://www.trumba.com/help/events/newupdated.aspx When my published calendars are emailed out, the email displays "Changed!" and "New!" on updated items. The tags are highlighted with yellow. I don't want those to display. How do I turn that feature off?
  12. Trumba WordPress Plugin

    You have to add the spud code as an html widget. Then edit it from your Trumba Control Panel. There's no WordPress plugin for Trumba.
  13. That's really cool! I was just hired by this club last month. I see you are in Chicago, which is where many of the club members are located.
  14. I'm having trouble with this too. I have an email that goes out once a month. The Calendar Name is simply Giant Schnauzer Club of America. However, the subject line on the email is "Upcoming events for Giant Schnauzer Club of America schedule" Why is the word "schedule" in the subject line? I don't have that issue with my other calendars.