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  1. A follow up question to this topic: First, we LOVE your product and how it works but, it is becoming increasingly difficult to manage our distribution lists. In addition to the email capabilities & widgets you provide, we recently started using Mail Chimp for unscheduled and/or newsletter type of communications. There is little overlap on functionality and we found that this One/Two punch of Trumba/Mail Chimp to be a very effective way of communicating to our community. Is there any way of integrating the Mail Chimp subscription capabilities into the Trumba address book? More specifically, can I sync up the two "address books"? Mail Chimp is currently doing this w/ many other products and I was hoping Trumba was one of their integration partners but I don't see you on the list. Is this something you are working on? As always, thanks for a great product.
  2. I work with an volunteer organization of 25 individuals. We have weekly recurring meetings and would like to better track who will show up on any given night. Many folks travel a long distance ( 50+ miles) so it's important that we know ahead of time if the meeting should be canceled due to poor attendance. The "Event Registration" feature is great but doesn't support this process very well on a repeating event. (i.e. When event and registration are created for a repeating event, the individual must accept the invite for all or none of the meetings) Most of us don't know if we can make a meeting 3 months from now, so accepting "All" defeats the purpose of the event registration. The only other option is to set a meeting invite up for each weekly meeting and I don't have that kind of time to manage this process each week. (It's easier to just call people) I'm hoping there's a way to automate this process and I'm looking for suggestions. What I'd like to do is: 1. Create a weekly repeating event for our meeting 2. Invite the individual attendees via the "Distribution List" 3. Determine how many days in advance the Event Registration should be sent out (i.e. 4 days before) 4. Have Trumba automatically send out a weekly recurring invite (i.e. 4 days before) for each individual weekly meeting 5. Allow each member the ability to register for each weekly meeting (i.e. 4 days before) 6. Have a reminder sent out 1 day before (or any other amount)
  3. I only want to display an event image in a Trumba spud. The images would rotate/scroll through a list of events that are part of that particular calendar (i.e. Events Calendar) The images would age out as the events occur in the past. If you clicked on a particular image, the link would take you to that specific event. I'm currently doing this using other means but it is very time consuming & manual process. TRUMBA is so easy to use and I'm trying to enable this feature so my non technical office staff, (REALLY non-technical!!) can simply add an event with a image and then it would presented in this fashion. Is there a way to get the Photo Events Promotion Spud to work like this and only display the image and embedded link to the event?
  4. On one of your example sites you show that you can customize an email template. I can't seem to find any info on how to do this. Can you help?
  5. Thanks for the reply! I've been playing with it and it works great! I'm bumming though! I love the product but with the recent changes, we can't afford it long term. Thanks for everything! Demetri
  6. Have you considered giving us the ability to format the color of the text displayed on a calendar as opposed to the background color behind the text? (or both?) We print calendars often and they just suck the color out of our printers due to all of the color blocks that need to be printed. Having the text colored would provide us the same color coordinated capability in a easier to print/view version. (and saves some of that valuable ink) Perhaps a splash of color before the text in the printed view. (ie iCal) I recognize that there is a difference between a web view and a printed document. I would just like to have some options when printing since we still do so much of it.
  7. Troy; Thanks for the response. I've made the changes and it works great! Please let us know when we can format the spud. Will I be able to apply a CSS to a spud or just specific formatting? Demetri
  8. Troy; Thanks for the response! Makes sense! I've made the changes as suggested but the header is still there. Take a look when you get a chance. Did I do something wrong? Demetri
  9. Is there a way to create an event so it shows up on the calendar BUT only allow the invitees to see the details of the event? ie Shared Calendar shows that there is a Concall to discuss something and reflects that it's busy but only the invitees can see the concall info to be able to attend the call.
  10. Is there anyway to print the list of registered and invited guests of an event?
  11. We have a lot of recurring meetings, that I want to set up once a year. I am scheduling a repeating event, (ie a monthly meeting) and I want to use the Event Email tab to invite and track responses on who will be attending. (This also serves as a great reminder!) I want to set this up one time and have the invite go out 1 week before the meeting, I want this to occur every time there is a monthly meeting. I'd like to also have the option to send a reminder as well. Currently the reminder would only be sent to the admin. I realize you can do some of this via individual calendars but I need to do this via individual event. Thanks!! Awesome product!
  12. Is there any way to remove the Calendar Name Header from the Upcoming Events Spud? It is redundant since the events are on the organizational web site but more importantly, atleast for me, our name is too long and takes up alot of space. I'd love to just have the events. Here's a testpage so you can see what I mean. Upcoming Events spud is on the right under the mini calendar. http://stsconstantine-helen.com/index2.asp Thanks! Demetri
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