Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of control-panel/membership-organizing


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Nov 9, 2012, 3:35:18 PM (7 years ago)
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Daniel Kahn Gillmor
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    55The control panel has a tagging functionality. Here are some of the properties of tags:
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     7 * Users must have admin access to the control panel to see, add, or remove tags.
    78 * Tags apply only to memberships as a whole.  No other object in the control panel can be tagged
    8  * Users must have site-wide admin access to see, add, or remove tags.
    99 * Tags are space delimited, so place do not try to use tags with spaces in them.
    1010 * Tags can be added to a member on all pages showing a single member's resources by filling in the box next to the button that says "Add tag".
    1111 * Tags are visible on all pages showing a single member's resource and appear as hyper links. If you click on a tag, you will see a list of all members with the same tag. This search is the equivalent of Clicking Top => Search and entering in the search box: `tag:SEARCH-STRING`
    12  * When searching for a tag, partial matches are returned. You can use this feature to your advantage. For example, if you use the tags `mm-2012-attend-yes`, `mm-2012-attend-no`, `mm-2012-attend-virtual`, you can find all the members tagged for the membership meeting with the search string: `mm-2012` (this will also show tags `mumm-2012` or `mm-2012-13` so try to choose unambiguous tags).
     12 * When searching for a tag, partial matches are returned. You can use this feature to your advantage. For example, if you use the tags [MemberTag:mm-2012-attend-yes], [MemberTag:mm-2012-attend-no], [MemberTag:mm-2012-attend-virtual], you can find all the members tagged for the membership meeting with the search string: [MemberTag:mm-2012] (this will also show tags `mumm-2012` or `mm-2012-13` so try to choose unambiguous tags).
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    1414This feature is flexible. Please document uses on this page so we can all be consistent in our use of tags
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    1616 * Outreach - When organizing an event that we want members to attend, please use the following tags:
    17   * indicate the person responsible for contacting the member using the format `EVENT-DATE-outreach-PERSONRESPONSIBLE` (e.g. `mm-2012-outreach-jamie` for the 2012 membership meeting)
    18   * indicate the response using the format `EVENT-DATE-attend-{yes|no|maybe|virtual}` (e.g. `mm-2012-attend-yes`)
    19  * Needs contact - Sometimes we see indications that a member may be considering leaving the organization (for example if their DNS is pointing elsewhere or the ask a question on support suggesting they are considering leaving. Support team members should tag these memberships with: needs-contact, add a note explaining why (see [#Notes notes below), and send an email to `info@mayfirst.org` to alert the staff. When a staff person has contacted the member, they can delete the tag and write a follow up note.
     17  * indicate the person responsible for contacting the member using the format `EVENT-DATE-outreach-PERSONRESPONSIBLE` (e.g. [MemberTag:mm-2012-outreach-jamie] for the 2012 membership meeting)
     18  * indicate the response using the format `EVENT-DATE-attend-{yes|no|maybe|virtual}` (e.g. [MemberTag:mm-2012-attend-yes])
     19 * Needs contact - Sometimes we see indications that a member may be considering leaving the organization (for example if their DNS is pointing elsewhere or the ask a question on support suggesting they are considering leaving. Support team members should tag these memberships with: [MemberTag:needs-contact], add a note explaining why (see [#Notes notes below]), and send an email to `info@mayfirst.org` to alert the staff. When a staff person has contacted the member, they can delete the tag and write a follow up note.
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    2121== Notes ==