You can design your Raklet account according to your needs, your preferences. Let’s look at your account settings.
Your members, donors, volunteers or anyone with whom your organization has ties. You can import all your contacts to your Raklet account and manage your community. Of course, you can add your contacts one by one, but there is a more practical way to do.
As you know, you can import all your contacts to your Raklet account regardless if they are your official members, your volunteers, donors or just people with whom your organization has ties. You might be keeping custom data related to your contacts and willing to filter them easily according to your needs. We have good news for you. Raklet’s new contacts module is with you in this process.
Your members can update their profiles, pay their membership fees, follow your announcements or your donation campaigns, and communicate with other members of your community. Social Network panel of your Raklet account allows all of these functions. You have the possibility to manage this Social Network and define your criteria. Here are some tricks to keep in mind in this process.
After having imported your contacts to your Raklet account, you may want to make changes en masse. You can update the profiles of your contacts one by one, but you have a more practical way.
You might have different membership types and a different membership fee for each type. Don’t worry. You can manage all this complicated process with Raklet. All you have to do is to create custom membership types in your Raklet account.
One of the most efficient ways to communicate with your community is to categorise your contacts and send them emails which really interest them. You can make this easily by creating tags in your Raklet account.
You know that you can manage your database more efficiently via tags and lists in your Raklet account. You can easily add your members to a tag one by one, but there is a more practical way to do that: importing your contacts en masse.
You can manage more efficiently your communication with your contacts via the lists that you create in your Raklet account. The difference between a list and a tag is that, the first one is dynamic and updated automatically according to actions of your members while the second one’s modification depends on your intervention.