241 votesEvgeny Zaritovskiy responded
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I definitely support a listserv. We currently use NetPals by L-Soft, but the problem is managing membership. We only want current, paid-up members subscribed to our Listserv. If they join via our WA site, NetPals doesn't know that the person is a new member and recently paid. This requires manual processing of Listserv subscriptions. If WA provided the Listserv, then this could be integrated with membership, even included in the Membership Application. As an alternative, it would be great just to see WA archive the messages sent to the our Listserv. Google Groups does that now. You simply add a Google Group email address to your listserv, then it receives a copy of every email. Google Groups then archives and makes searchable the entire history of listserv traffic. Again, we would want WA to handle this in order to password protect the archives.
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Logic and conditions are is super important for great forms. Look to JotForm and the options they provide. Today, we're forced to split some of our registration forms and product purchase forms to JotForm to get the workflow we need since WA doesn't support the complexity we need.
AGREED! After large scale data breaches at large cloud service providers, adding two-step authentication has been a reactionary step (think: Dropbox, Apple/iCloud).
Two-step authentication should be a standard offering to protect our data.
SMS and Google Authenticator options would be great.
I definitely support this functionality. Our treasurer currently receives monthly "donated service logs" that track our board of directors' donated time, expenses, mileage, meals, etc.
We currently use Google Docs to process this information, but more sophisticated tracking system associated with member profiles would be great!
Right now I currently have event presenters simply email me Powerpoints and Word docs they used in their presentations. Then I create a static html page listing all of the sessions and workshops during the event by session # and then list the related document downloads.
Would I would really like to see is a photo gallery where users could upload their photos from a specific event. I believe some photo-sharing websites allow this, and Facebook certainly does for their event invitations, but post-event photo galleries would be a really nice way for people to share their experiences.
I would vote for this one too. Our organization is currently using a blog module as our job board. The instructions simply tell members to click the "add post" button to post a new job. It's a confusing implementation, but that's the best WA has right now. A dedicated Job Board module can't be too hard to adapt, right??? Thanks!