Adjust font size of blast email header and subject line
We have a new board and some of them are sending blast emails to the community with an inserted jpeg and with a big border around the text. I keep telling them to attach it rather than insert it but they still keep sending them. Can the words "Villas of Newtown" and "Thank You" be made smaller or eliminated from the message layout? The header and subject lines in the message seem to be about 40% of the layout. We senior citizens need things big for our failing eyes. It's a fact that 44% of people check their email on their phones. And in our community, there are still some people using old flip phones. I just upgraded to an iPhone 12 from a 6 a few months ago. Consider making the text of the message larger and the header and subhead smaller.
Send blast voicemails
Provide the ability to send information to registered members via a blast voicemail rather than sending a blast email or text message. ORIGINAL POST: I was wondering if there any plans to add a ringless voicemail drop feature or possibly a voice broadcast feature? Some of our owners in our HOA don't use cell phones or email, so snail mail (which is costly) and regular phone calls (which is very time-consuming) are the only way to communicate with these members. Also, many of our members' texts and emails have spam blocks, so our communication does not reach them.
Expanded template options
Providing additional website template options. Additional colors, layouts, and styles.
More homepage flexibility
Provide admins with the ability to move around where items are located on the homepage. This would apply to the rotating photos, news, and upcoming events.
Resident/community management software
Our current objective is to create and improve upon the world's greatest community website builder. Over the years, we've had many communities request features that fall under the umbrella of resident or community management software. This is a separate industry from the one our company falls into, although we do see the similarities. There are a number of companies that provide this type of software, and they generally don't compete with website builders. Some examples of features that fall under management software include: Task/project tracking, usually tied to form submissions (maintenance requests, work orders, ARC requests, etc.) Reservation system, usually for amenities Resident billing (assessing fines, tracking payments made outside the website, sending notices of payments due, etc.) Financial tools (accounting tools, vendor payments, etc.) While management software is on our radar, it's not the industry we're currently in. Still, we'll use this post to gather thoughts, ideas, and comments from customers in case we decide to head that direction in the future.
Retain history of resident alerts
Keep record/list of the alerts sent out by residents on the "Resident alerts" page type.
Allow administrator to request information update from member
Since you are committed to User control and privacy, while Administrators are concerned about completeness and accuracy, would you consider implementing a method that would allow Administrators to add information update requests to users, where the Administrator ends the proposed update and this sends a link to the user to allow them to view and approve the change/update? The big issue with homeowners is that they lack motivation to update material on their own. This sort of extra push would make it as simple as possible to prod them to do it, by mostly doing it for them.
Store cell phone numbers for partial members
Provide admins with the ability to add a cell phone number for a partial member. Currently, only full members (members who have an email address) can store a cell phone number and receive text messages.