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Friday, October 30, 2009
Automate your reporting processes and avoid duplication of efforts by sending updates of your club’s membership roster to Rotary International. Under the Membership Manager section, click on "Report Data Changes to RI", select the member record to verify by clicking on “open”, review the information and click send. If your district is online with ClubRunner, once member profile changes are made, it is immediately registered on the district site.
For more information about reporting to RI, visit the official ClubRunner website.
Initially inspired by Rotary clubs and districts, ClubRunner is designed to help all types of non-profit organizations better organize and manage their internal and external communications. Having a web presence is key in this century in order to create awareness and build your membership base to better serve your community. Also, since many people are busy and constantly on the move, juggling so many different tasks, ClubRunner helps to improve productivity. Check out a few of our customers’ websites to see how ClubRunner is working for them.
• Kiwanis Club of Champaign-Urbana, IL
• St. Clair Chamber of Commerce
• Rotary Club of Boston, MA
• Rotary District 7020 (Caribbean)
• Rotary International Zone 24 & 32 (USA, Canada, Russia, France)
• Business Exchange of Sonoma Valley
More live sites are available by clicking here.
Friday, October 23, 2009
1. Save a copy of your bulletin in PDF format
2. Create a site page for your archive bulletins
3. Click on the link you’ve created for your archive bulletins
4. On the left hand side of the page, click on “Edit Download Files”
5. Click on Add New File, give your file link a name, click “browse” to locate the desired file on your computer, click save
6. Repeat as necessary
Friday, October 16, 2009
Friday, October 2, 2009
First you need to have a YouTube Account.
2. Once signed in, on the top right corner, click on the yellow button Upload. A drop down menu will appear, click Video File.
3. Click Browse and search for the appropriate video, then click on Upload Video. The upload process will begin, while your file is being uploaded, YouTube gives you the opportunity to add a title to your video, as well as a description. Once all the appropriate information is entered, you also have the option to make your video private or public.
4. Once you have adjusted all of the settings, please click on Save Changes.
5. To get the code, click on your account name at the top of the page, a drop down menu appears, you then click on My Videos. From there, play the movie you would like to get the code from. On the right side, you will see a text box labeled Embed, copy that code.
6. Once you have the code, while in the ‘HTML’ mode of a story, paste the code from YouTube, remove the object tags from the code (Note: object tags are not permitted for security reasons). Once you have done all this, switch back to ‘Design’ mode and save the story.
For more details, visit ClubRunner eSupport Center.
Our R&D team is busy at work enhancing various ClubRunner features as requested by our users. Your suggestions are key to our development team implementing product enhancements and improvements. We get a lot of users providing feedback about features and functions that would be beneficial and rest assured, they are taken seriously! To submit product recommendations, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stay tuned for information about new offerings and check out our official service updates page for a list of details.