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At present, benevolence requests can only have six files attached per request. This worked for us for a long time (we rarely had more than one or two), but we've recently begun a partnership that requires more paperwork (8 or 9 different files per request). The document limit seems to be hard-coded. It seems like this limit should be configurable by an administrator, either in the block settings or in general variables.

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Currently, to compose a communication, a user has to go through 3 steps to get to the editor. In the 3rd step, I guess the From Name, From Email, and Subject can be auto populated by getting the information from the Current Person and the Subject can be the same as the Communication Name. If by any chance it  should be different, then that's the time for the user to type. In our case 99% of the time, the person sending the communication will just type their name and email and type the same thing they entered in the communication...
Photo of Jackson Uy Jackson Uy, Lake Avenue Church  · 

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That would allow  us to see what's being voted on and to distribute more votes if we have extra votes in the new month.

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Imagine a situation where we call a family to check in and make sure they're doing well. We contact the father first, and he confirms that the family is safe and healthy. We'd want that note to show up on all family members, so that if we look up the mother we'd see the same info in the Timeline.I suggest a small "Copy to Family" button, where with one click we can replicate the note to each member of the family and it shows up on their Timeline.

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The NCOA integration is extremely helpful, and it saves us money on postage every time we run it. However, it's difficult to get the cost reimbursed because it does not generate any usable receipt. Ideally each run would be accompanied by a receipt that could be turned into a finance office. This could happen on our local instance or in the "Organization" tab on the RockRMS website.

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Have a red dot or icon, a note, or color change signify that a known relationship to a person is deceased.We sometimes mark them with a Deceased / Survived By relationship, but if we just connect as a relationship and they are deceased it would be worth making that directly visible.This would take very little time to accomplish as it is just a little display modification in the block.

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It would be incredible if there was an option on pages/blocks that allowed you to choose a dataview or group(s) to allow access to a page/group.I know currently I can create a dataview and then create a group sync to a security role and then do it that way. But I thought this might come in handy and be a little quicker. Also not require creating a bunch of security roles. Vote if you think so. :)
Photo of Tim Lemons Tim Lemons, Highlands Fellowship  · 

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The Connection Request Detail block displays the connection status options when editing the connection request. Each Connection Status has a description field available when the Connection Type is defined, but that field is not made visible to the user.A tooltip with this description when the user hovers over a particular status would help users better understand how to use the defined status values.
Photo of Steve Swaringen Steve Swaringen, Lake Pointe Church  · 

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I thought it would be nice if there were channels for each individual plugin. So when you bought the plugin you were given access to that channel. It could become a great place to get support and also share how you are using the plugin.After thinking about this - I guess it wouldn't have to be private groups. If someone was thinking about buying a plugin they could go see the channel and see how people are using it.
Photo of Tim Lemons Tim Lemons, Highlands Fellowship  · 

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The RockU videos should keep playing the next video in a series or at least have a button to watch the next video. It's annonying when in full screen to have esc out, click the next video, and then re-fullscreen. especially when most of the videos are 3 min or less.
Photo of Michael Neeley Michael Neeley, NewSpring Church  · 

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