Church360° Members allows you to create custom fields in Person and Household records.
Your Church360° Members account has all the contact information you need, right? Well, did you know you can import that information onto your phone?
Since we launched Church360° Members in 2012, one of our core goals for the software has been accessibility. We believe that you should have access to your church’s data wherever you are, because opportunities to provide care for the members of your congregation don’t often happen at your desk. That is why the team at Concordia Technology Solutions is excited to announce the release of the Church360° Members app.
Regular Attendees is a feature of Church360° Members in which an individual can be marked as frequently in attendance for a series of events. This feature was meant to be a time saver, but it has actually been more confusing than helpful for our users, and it is rarely used. For those reasons, we are going to remove this feature from the software.
Our Customer Onboarding Specialist, Rod Kyles, hosted four training webinars for Church360° Members this month. All the videos are collected into this post to make it easy for you to watch any webinars you missed.
Church360° Members gives you the option to quickly update custom fields and tags in bulk on the People tab.
Church360° Members gives you the ability to add photos to household profiles and person profiles. By using cropping, you can use the same photo for both profiles, focusing the photo on the entire household or only an individual member.
Through the use of Roles and Logins in Church360° Members, you are able to grant finely-grained permissions to anyone in your church who might need to access your member information. Combining Roles and Logins in the way you need allows you to give users access to just the right amount of information.
Within Church360° Members, you are able to add individual relationships in a person’s profile record, such as Child, Parent, Spouse, Guardian, Ward, Grandparent, Sibling, and Grandchild. These relationships can be added even if the person is not in the same household as other family members.