Confusing Uses of Term "Administrator"
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, use a consistent and different term for the overall WA account primary admin person vs. a bundle membership account admin person vs. one of the people authorized to work in the WA modules.
I sent out invoices to the entire membership last night and checked the box to send a copy to the organization contact, which is me (firstname.lastname@example.org). That did happen, but a copy of every invoice ALSO went to our president who has full WA access and is one of the 5 administrators, but is not the primary organization contact!!
The term administrator seems like it gets used inconsistently to mean both, which is extremely confusing. There needs to be consistent, and separate terms for 3 different types of users: primary organization contact, a WA admin, and a bundle admin. Frankly, the way the word "bundle" is used on your site is not a common usage here in the US. We would more likely use family membership or group membership, or maybe make that a customizable item when the primary organization contact sets up WA. I have attached examples of the confusion... Thanks, Diane
We use the term family membership or group membership. Bundle is quite confusing for members and I agree the current inconsistent use of administrator causes issues
Scot McConnachie commented
For what it is worth, our organization uses the term "Group Host" for a bundle administrator but obviously this would not be universally applicable, nor it is supported on the system itself.
It would be nice if Wild Apricot allowed mapping organization specific terms for certain system terms.