The contact record management systems in Member365 are central to almost all of its functions. Continue reading for an outline of some of the core techniques and features you’ll use in the course of maintaining your contacts.
To begin adding contacts to the system, consult our Knowledge Base guide on adding a contact:
You can add organizations to your system and assign users to those organizations; doing so makes it easier to sort your users in several other parts of Member365.
If you’re importing contacts from another source, we have tools to make that easy:
After adding contacts, you may wish to enroll users in memberships, set other administrators, or build lists of those contacts. The tasks listed below are just a few things you can do in Member365.
Now that you’ve added some contacts, you’ll want to update their profiles to reflect any membership they hold within your organization:
If you’re not the only administrator in your organization, here’s how you can provide those privileges to others:
Building contact lists is useful for controlling access to site features, including online courses, and is also a great way to optimize your email campaigns:
Tracking Email Consent
Always be sure that your communication is in line with anti-spam legislation: follow this guide to learn how to track who has opted in and opted out of being contacted.