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Customizing the Term "Bundle"

Could we have the ability to specify our own name for the word "bundle," wherever it appears in WA?

When a new member gets into WA for the first time and tries to figure out how it works, having a recognizable term for a bundle would smooth the way.
There are excellent terms for the bundle concept, but they differ from organization to organization. In just this thread http://forums.wildapricot.com/forums/308932-wishlist/suggestions/8825677-revising-bundle-membership-functionality-2492 , a bundle is used as a:
If we could choose the term for a bundle, end users would immediately recognize what it means. And we wouldn't have to explain it to them.

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    Walt BilofskyWalt Bilofsky shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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      • PAmela GrahamPAmela Graham commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I agree that some of the terminology should be more flexible. Whilst the concept is fine, we use currently use the term 'Billing Group' for families and I'd like it to be possible to replace 'Bundle'/Bundle administrator with that please! Thank you.

      • Walt BilofskyWalt Bilofsky commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This could be merged into the more general wishlist item requesting the ability to customize a variety of terminology. (Another big one is "bundle administrator".)

      • LoretteLorette commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Our "Members" are "Investors". Is there a way to customize the label? If not, I'd like to see that feature made possible in the near future.

      • Walt BilofskyWalt Bilofsky commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Would it work to give the bundle admin account the name of the chapter, and let the chapter admin have his/her own account within the bundle?

      • Christopher BertChristopher Bert commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Membership Bundle Name (other than admin's name)

        On page 22, the Wild Apricot 5.9 help document states:
        "Individual membership bundles are not given names but are represented by the names of their bundle administrators."

        I am managing membership for a national organization with autonomous chapters and would like to make each chapter a bundle. This would be perfect because each chapter could have its own admin, pay dues as one unit, etc. However, giving the bundle the chapter's name (instead of the admin's name) is a must.

      • GailGail commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Currently, for TYPE of membership for a membership level, you can choose "Individual" or "Bundle." For the purposes of the organization I am a webmaster for, I would like the ability to change "Bundle" to "Household Bundle" since that is the jargon they used before they had a website. I suspect other groups would like to use other descriptors, based on the nature of their organization. Rather than each of us having to pay to have someone create the java script to make this change (as advised by Wild Apricot), I would like to see the option to change the word "bundle" be added to the website.

      • FenManFenMan commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        The word "bundles" may be catchy, but it's not very descriptive, nor common. It would be much clearer and more accurate to have "corporate" or "organization" memberships.

      • Jill CaineyJill Cainey commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        It would be useful to be able to assign a name (field) to Bundles (level below membership bundle).

        For us this would be the {organisation} name, but for other users it maybe {surname} and if it was possible to list/view bundles, this would immediately allow us to see which companies were members in each membership level (bundle). This would facilitate the addition of new members (who may be unaware of the organisation's current membership) and allow us to see at a glance the companies involved with our network.

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