Once a feed page has been created in Church360° Unite, visitors can subscribe to the feed using an RSS reader. Different web browsers work differently, so the process for doing this may vary. In the example below, I use Google Chrome to subscribe to the feed.
In a few simple steps, you can add new people to your Church360° Unite site, allowing them to view the member directory and setting them up to be users on the site.
Our customer onboarding specialist, Rod Kyles, hosted two training webinars for Church360° Unite this week. Watch them both here to see what you missed or go back over important points.
With Church360° Unite, it is quick and easy to change the appearance of your church website by selecting a new theme or preset. A theme provides the overall layout of your website. Create your site’s look and feel by choosing from twelve different themes, each with unique features.
In Church360° Unite, you can create private pages called Groups, which allow members of your site to interact with each other in online discussions. Within Groups, leaders can post documents, photos, or comments or create events that can only be seen by members who have been given access to the Group.
The Groups feature in Church360° Unite is a powerful tool that allows you to create a separate site within your site. A group leader can add standard pages like Events, Discussion, and Members to a group, as well as additional unique pages.
This month, we hosted six training webinars for Church360° Unite. Watch the videos below to learn more about the core features of the software.
We added new features that allow you to schedule blog posts, create new styles from existing styles, and create new pages from existing pages. We hope these improvements will help make your work in Church360° Unite more efficient!
Welcome to the wonderful world of creating your website using Church360° Unite! Feeling some pressure? Don’t. You can do this. I promise you, with a little guidance you’ll be sailing through and wondering why you ever worried in the first place.
In this series of articles (we’ve dubbed “Unite Basics”) you’ll learn the easiest way to make an attractive website for your church with the least amount of headache.