Trial Entry Form Club Trial Request Form Scorebook Application Dog ID Card Club Application/Renewal Form MR3 Club Application Apprentice Judge Application (maybe, get confirmation) Decoy Certification Request Form Request for Certificate of Insurance
Decoys, Judges, and Clubs (club renewals, decoy and judge profiles, etc.) Dogs (books, dog ids, rabies, title certificates, etc.) Trials (requesting a trial, registering for a trial, trial records, etc.)
Make basic changes (decoys, judge, open field time, add entry form, etc.) simple for the Secretary to edit. This should extend to pretty much everything (I think) except the date(s) of the trial.
Here is the housekeeping I do regarding memberships. This is basically information only, and you are free to read it or not. I don’t think there is anything particularly important in here for you to understand, but it’s here if you want it. The only things truly relevant to you are in the “resources required”. …
I do not know what sort of welcome email people are sent from the Secretary, but there is no reason we can’t automate this. Emails can be set differently for new members vs renewing/returning members. I would need to be given whatever we want to send them. It would be sent when they submit their …
Some considerations: I have no membership records at all prior to 2019. So, all historical records up to now should be kept intact and transferred to the next Secretary. They likely are not referred to often, but I think it is always best practice to keep absolutely everything just in case. When things (like member …
I will need to put just a bit of thought into this, and to write you a little tutorial that you can refer to when you need to do this. It shouldn’t be difficult.
This can be effective immediately, if you want.
Build a report that lists member emails to copy and paste into an email’s bcc line. Make it sortable by all (possible) requested parameters. (The Secretary would ultimately like to be able to email members, based on parameters she selects, from the Website. This has been made a “later” project)