Sharing a direct link is the easiest way to get people to fill out a form, sign up for a group, or give to a specific fund. But we realized link-sharing might not be the best way for some churches to share your public pages and created an alternative: QR codes!
Once your volunteers are in Services and you have them organized into teams, communicating and coordinating with them is easy…but how do you find volunteers? How do you move people through the application and training process before assigning them to a team?
Planning Center has a number of tools designed to help you capture every opportunity ~you can~ to connect with students. Here are six ways you can start creating a system to make sure you don't lose anyone in the crowd.
Today, we are introducing a few new features which we hope will contribute to a clearer picture of how processing fees impact your donations.
You should spend as little time as possible using Planning Center Check-Ins and as much time as possible doing ministry, which is why we are excited to share the new layout for the Stations page! We added more details about the information you need, and decreased the noise from the things you don’t.
Are you ready for one of the most exciting and frequently requested features in the history of Planning Center? Say hello to Forms! Forms is a way for you to hear directly from the people in your church by giving them opportunities to share information with you.
No matter how big your church or how many classrooms you have, one of the most chaotic aspects of Sunday morning is getting everyone to the right place after they check in. Today, we are giving you the power to decide how you want Check-Ins to suggest people to locations.
A new 3-step wizard for adding a Service Type gives first-time users the context they need to get started and power-users the tools to create Service Types faster than ever.
Learn how to navigate Services like a pro using the improved Universal Search!
The more emails a person receives, the more likely they are to ignore them. Today's update reduces the number of emails we send by bundling similar messages together! The three types of emails that are now consistently bundled are Scheduling Requests, Blockout Notifications, and Accepted Request Notifications.