avery.com has a very great solution that's very flexible and it's free. Go to https://www.avery.com/. Create an account. Navigate to Templates > Avery Design and Print. For our convention this past June, I exported the contacts from Wild Apricot as an .xls file. In the Avery app, I custom-designed our name badges (including logo) and imported the .xls file. You get a preview and can make edits if needed. The project can then be printed or saved as a pdf and printed. You can choose from a large selection of label/badge sizes. Avery also has a live chat if help is needed.
While this would be a nice feature, Avery is a workaround. I would rather have the Apricots spend time working on other hot topics.
Tagging is critical. I cannot organize our calendar without it, and ours it enormous. We have a couple hundred recitals a year. It would be great if past events were archived into year categories, for example, all 2017 recitals fall under 2017, all 2016 recitals fall under 2016, etc.
Look at https://tgocina.wildapricot.org/summer-recitals?EventViewMode=1&EventListViewMode=2 and switch to list view to see what I mean. Without archive ability, imagine how long this page will be a two more years. I'd be happy to be a tester. :)
Our organization has a domain for content and two subdomains for a blog and a forum. Content has already been migrated to WA. Our WordPress site is architected like two sites in one. I was testing migration of WordPress content to WA and discovered that tags are not available. Tagging posts is critical for us. Tags are needed for categorizing and searching. I had planned on creating a separate instance of a WA blog for our "music archives." Without tags, I can't move our content. Please add this important functionality!
Need to be able to tag in blogs. Tags are a basic feature of blog software. They provide a refinement of search. I hope this is a relatively easy feature to add. Wild Apricot blog has tags... ;)
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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.
Ability to import exported data files from WordPress and BBphp while preserving user name and date/time with post.
Sorry for the late update.
The first step was finished and emails can now be carbon copied to contact’s alternative emails. To do so the contact fields which store the alternative emails must be explicitly marked on the email setting page.
Unsubscribing will unsubscribe all alternative emails simultaneously because they all belong to the very same account. The person clicking “unsubscribe” is warned about this on the unsubscribe page.
For now we paused the development of this feature. but not for good. :) So I’m changing this wish status back to “collecting comments”.
Thank you everyone for a valuable feedback.