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.
This week we released two new themes and expanded on the preset options in Church360° Unite. To view these themes and presets, log-in as an admisitrator and click on the Themes tab in the Admin bar.
This week we hosted two training webinars for Church360° Unite. Watch the videos below to learn more about calendars, events, and groups.
This week we hosted two training webinars for Church360° Unite. Watch the videos below to learn more about feeds, posts, comments, as well as users, mailings, and the member directory.
This week we hosted two training webinars for Church360° Unite. Watch the videos below to learn more about customizing your theme and updating your website pages.
We have a variety of Church360° Unite trainings scheduled in September. Browse our topic selection from the list below and register for trainings that interest you!
We've implemented Styles to give you even more options for customizing the font styles, colors, and sizes on your site!
Keeping directory photos up-to-date in Church360° Unite is an important task to help your members connect with one another online. Read this blog post for some different ideas on updating and maintaining these photos for your church.
Earlier today on our CTS Technology & Your Ministry blog, one of our regular authors, Ann Ciaccio, offered some tips on How to Avoid Being Labeled as Spam. We thought it might be interesting to take some of her main points and apply them to the emailing features in Church360° Unite.