A popular request from our users has been to allow for more than one email recipient for regular and financial emails. We listened and made this feature available with our latest release on May 8th!
This system enhancement changes Customer Maintenance screens for both administrative users and for your customers via the Customer Self-Service Center. You can now specify a main email, a main billing email, multiple secondary emails, and multiple secondary billing emails. You can even track email addresses and later have a customer "opt-out" of receiving emails for those contacts via the Customer Self-Service Center or by making a request with an administrator.
The multiple email feature is useful for divorced families where both parents want financial statements, or for that grandmother who wants to see all of the newsletters being sent to her grandson's gymnastics class. You can now provide one or more comma-separated emails for these special secondary contacts.
- Tips and Tricks to Simplify Your Summer Sessions
If you run Summer sessions, it's easy to differentiate those classes/session from your regular season by setting up a Session/Group identifier and labeling your summer classes.
If you'd like to set up a separate Session/Group label for your Summer 2013 season, start by going into Preferences > Class Session/Groups and adding "Summer 2013" (or whatever you'd prefer to call the session). Once you've set up your Class Sessions/Groups options, you can label any of your existing or new classes with that label. You can then use that label to filter classes on reports, class listings, Web site listings and more.
Planning & Building Your Classes
Before you begin creating all of the individual classes that you will need to fill your schedule, you need a basic understanding of how classes are created in ClassJuggler and how best to decide the style of class you should build.
Classes are built in a simple four step process (with an optional 5th & 6th step). You can also use the Mass Copy Class feature we talked about in our May 2013 newsletter to speed setting up new classes by using your expired classes as templates. The steps for building a new class are:
The four "step indicators" in the upper right of the class maintenance screen, show your status in completing the mandatory steps required to create a class (the fifth and sixth steps are optional). Once the fourth step is completed, a flashing "Offer Class" action button appears, letting you know you can offer the class – taking the class from inactive to active status and opening the class for enrollment.
Once your new summer classes are built and offered, you are ready to begin taking enrollments for your summer sessions!
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