Question to everyone, who supports this idea: Rich text formatting capabilities could be quite difficult to implement. Do you think it is still valuable to have forums with just plain text, as a first step?
There is a great service grammarly.com, which integrates with your browser and perfectly checks spelling, finds grammar and punctuation issues.
There are 2 possible ways:
1 way - manual check
You configure your membership workflow so that each membership application should be accepted by administrator. Admin will get notification email about each application and will decide if it fit all requirements. See here for details https://gethelp.wildapricot.com/en/articles/132#new
2 way - custom application page
This way will require to build completely custom application form and create a program, which will check all the prerequesites through API. This aproach will require programming skills.
I would recommend to start with the 1st way and later decide if you are ready to invest in full workflow automation.
It is possible with a small trick: you can use + sign is an email address to make as many unique addresses as you need. For example if you have a single email address “firstname.lastname@example.org“ you could register employees to addresses
According to email standard, all emails sent to each of these emails will be delivered to email@example.com, however from WildApricot point of view all these addresses are unique.
The downside of this approach is that email blast sent to all these addresses will result in multiple similar emails in a single mailbox.
241 votesEvgeny Zaritovskiy responded
Please review results of our analysis and design:
Post your comments/ideas right here. Until we see major disapproval, this is what we will develop in one of future releases.
I mean that the team I work with (mobile development team) is going to invest resources into solution, which will allow to organize communications with the help of our mobile applications. We are still in the process of forming that solution, so I can't provide more details.
We started analysis of solution, which will allow to work with communications in more modern way. We are going to address needs related to working with forums as well. However we mostly think about mobile solution instead of direct implementing listserv.
Also here is a gist I created
You can find JS examples on my personal website https://houseofbamboo.wildapricot.org under "JS Samples" menu
Looks like you are looking for database for storing custom data. Wild Apricot does not provide such kind of storage. However you could use databases like AWS DynamoDB to store additional data, it is available either from server side or from client JS.
Ad’s management is a huge business with strong players, so building something competitive will cost us a fortune. There is quite low probability that we will take it into development in the nearest future.
For simple cases we recommend to use existing CMS functionality to inject ad’s into site pages. In case if you need precise control on what and when should be shown, then we recommend to integrate 3-rd party solutions.
I don't know all your needs and requirements, and I am not a professional in ads business, so I can't suggest any specific solution.
I see that Felix Figuereo said in comment, that he have some experience in it. You can find his comment below in this thread.
The forst option is completely possible, use the following date format "2018-05-28T11:55:00.543+03:00"
We are currently working on it in our mobile app.
45 votesTeam Payments responded
Due to priorities shift we had to put this issue on hold.
We’ll post any updates as we have them
Oleg, Product Owner @ Payments crewAdminDmitry Smirnov (Product Owner, Wild Apricot by Personify) shared this idea ·
6 votesAdminDmitry Smirnov (Product Owner, Wild Apricot by Personify) supported this idea ·
What kind of changes in API do you need to implement a required automation?
Sorting events via API have been published in 5.9 release.
AccessLevel filtering is not in our near plans, sorry. But user’s support can change this situation. So we are changing status of this idea back to “Collecting comments”.
There is no way to set sorting order for any API response, and there are no garantee of default sorting order. If you need to display events in some order, then it's better to sort them on client side. Most programing languages provide tools for it.
Filtering events by access level is also not supported, you can use "AccessLevel" field to filter events on client side.