This would be helpful for us too. We have a board and some key volunteers for our non-profit who do our day to day things but we will typically have someone else for our larger events who we want to take care of everything within an event but without privileges to fiddle with memberships or other events.
Within this structure sometimes we also have volunteers who would need limited privileges for a particular event such as not change anything about the event but see the registrations to check-in attendees and/or record payments (and generate updated invoices) and/or add registrations.
We're in the same position. The current price point is good for us to manage our members and number of contacts registered for upcoming and recent events although I'm not sure we could afford much more.
Outside of WA, we have a mailing list with e-mail list service provide with hundreds of subscribers which we use for e-mail announcements and our newsletter. Our organization is less than 100 members and recent event registrants but our e-mail list has hundreds of addresses. If our plan had say 250 current/recent members active event registrants some option say 1000 other un-engaged, cold-call, e-mail list-only contacts it would be really nice for us. Right now, I feel we're missing out on some great WA features to communicate with our members simply because of cost.
As Ed T. said, we want to increase our membership and people coming to our non-free events but for our conversion rates the current Wild Apricot pricing is cost prohibitive. I think we'd be more effective if we could manage all our e-mail list contacts in Wild Apricot at a more affordable price.
I like this idea. It would be helpful to know when we need to issue new membership cards (with an updated expiry date). I ended up adding a field to memberships to track when a membership card was last issued. That in tandem with a notification would be helpful to identify when/to whom we need to issue new membership cards.
I should also add one additional note that we maintain a Facebook page for our organization although we used to maintain a Facebook group which I know some organizations similar to ours still prefer. I know Facebook handles events and posts a bit differently for the two modalities.
We would find this useful if when creating an event or other post in Wild Apricot there were and option to check to optionally generate a Facebook event and or post or a even a Tweet at the same time. Currently we cross post a lot of information to both our WA site and Facebook. A one-stop place to do that would save our PR person a lot of effort.
After initial analysis we decided to remove this feature from 2017 plans. Right now we don’t have clear understanding when this feature will be taken into development.