Tag Archives: Volunteer service

Tip of the Week April 24, 2017

National Volunteer Week (U.S. & Canada) National Volunteer Week has arrived! National Volunteer Week was established to inspire people to volunteer to make their communities a better place, to recognize your current volunteers, and to encourage volunteerism in general. This … Continue reading

National Volunteer Week (U.S. & Canada) National Volunteer Week has arrived! National Volunteer Week was established to inspire people to volunteer to make their communities a better place, to recognize your current volunteers, and to encourage volunteerism in general. This … Continue reading

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Tip of the Week April 3, 2017

Run service reports for a single Site, Place or Assignment When you run Service Summary or Service Details reports, there may be times when you want to limit the service information included on the report to one particular Assignment, or … Continue reading

Run service reports for a single Site, Place or Assignment When you run Service Summary or Service Details reports, there may be times when you want to limit the service information included on the report to one particular Assignment, or … Continue reading

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Tip of the Week January 16, 2017

Track the total number of shifts or visits volunteers serve Organizations may want to track how many times their volunteers have served, rather than just how many hours they've served. Volgistics makes this possible with Service Measures. These are an … Continue reading

Track the total number of shifts or visits volunteers serve Organizations may want to track how many times their volunteers have served, rather than just how many hours they've served. Volgistics makes this possible with Service Measures. These are an … Continue reading

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Tip of the Week November 21, 2016

Use floating subtotals for recording service in a specific period of time. In addition to regular service hour entries, Volgistics automatically keeps a total for month-to-date (MTD), fiscal year-to-date (YTD), and life hours for volunteers. There are also two floating … Continue reading

Use floating subtotals for recording service in a specific period of time. In addition to regular service hour entries, Volgistics automatically keeps a total for month-to-date (MTD), fiscal year-to-date (YTD), and life hours for volunteers. There are also two floating … Continue reading

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Tip of the Week November 14, 2016

Create a Set to find small or large service entries. At times you may get abnormal service entries that have been created. For example, if you use the VicTouch module, sometimes a volunteer will sign-in for an assignment, re- enter … Continue reading

Create a Set to find small or large service entries. At times you may get abnormal service entries that have been created. For example, if you use the VicTouch module, sometimes a volunteer will sign-in for an assignment, re- enter … Continue reading

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Tip of the Week August 15, 2016

Delete an entire batch of service. One method of entering volunteer service hours in Volgistics is to use the Post page to enter service for a whole group of volunteers at once. This can be handy if you're posting hours … Continue reading

Delete an entire batch of service. One method of entering volunteer service hours in Volgistics is to use the Post page to enter service for a whole group of volunteers at once. This can be handy if you're posting hours … Continue reading

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Tip of the Week August 1, 2016

Find out how a service entry was created, or if the entry was edited. Service records in Volgistics can be created in a variety of different ways. Sometimes it is useful to be able to tell which method was used … Continue reading

Find out how a service entry was created, or if the entry was edited. Service records in Volgistics can be created in a variety of different ways. Sometimes it is useful to be able to tell which method was used … Continue reading

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Tip of the Week June 27, 2016

Sort the columns of information in the Volgistics Mailbox The Volgistics Mailbox consists of the In Box, Out Box, Applications, Service, Help E-mail and Documents tabs. Each of these tabs is shared by the System Operators in your account (or … Continue reading

Sort the columns of information in the Volgistics Mailbox The Volgistics Mailbox consists of the In Box, Out Box, Applications, Service, Help E-mail and Documents tabs. Each of these tabs is shared by the System Operators in your account (or … Continue reading

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Tip of the Week February 22, 2016

Include the Source, Batch, or Directive fields for service entries on Service Details Reports Service Detail reports are designed to provide specific information about service entries that appear on the volunteer's Service tab. When you create a custom Service Detail … Continue reading

Include the Source, Batch, or Directive fields for service entries on Service Details Reports Service Detail reports are designed to provide specific information about service entries that appear on the volunteer's Service tab. When you create a custom Service Detail … Continue reading

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Tip of the Week February 8, 2016

Post service hours directly from the schedule In Volgistics, volunteers’ Schedule and Service are tracked separately. The Schedule is an estimation of when volunteers are expected to serve in the future, while Service is a record of when they actually … Continue reading

Post service hours directly from the schedule In Volgistics, volunteers’ Schedule and Service are tracked separately. The Schedule is an estimation of when volunteers are expected to serve in the future, while Service is a record of when they actually … Continue reading

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