The new Wild Apricot membership application is a breakthrough for membership-based organizations. Now your members can interact with your organization from their iPhone or iPad! The member directory is searchable, you can check out your profile and you can register and pay for events. There is even a place to store your tickets. This app joins the admin app as the second mobile app Wild Apricot has released. Here’s a short demo of the capabilities of the new membership mobile app for Wild Apricot.
If you do a lot of CSS editing in Wild Apricot, you can edit your CSS into your favourite editor (ours is Notepad++), make changes and refresh them instantly in the public view of your website. No more going into admin to tweak a bit of CSS and back into Public View. Check out the short video for a real time saver!
There is an alternative way to export all membership fields, contacts and members from Wild Apricot directly into Excel. Wild Apricot has created an Excel spreadsheet that access the Wild Apricot API to extract any piece of information from the Wild Apricot database.
Setting up custom domains in Wild Apricot can be tricky. If all goes well you’re good, but what if you don’t know where to start? This video will show you how to find your registrar, which domain name settings you need to update and some final steps on what you can do for a successful launch.
Have you ever wanted to change the style of a gadget, a menu or hide a few elements in your event registration process? Is the Colors and Styles under Websites feature failing to help you? The key is understanding CSS, aka Cascading Style Sheets. This short video shows you how to inspect and experiment with CSS and apply a change in Wild Apricot.
Setting a default starting page can help member’s navigate the content only accessible to members. Any page can be set as a default page after login, and the default pages can be custom for each membership level. This short video shows you how to set this page in the administrative system. The documentation is available in Wild Apricot’s helpful documentation.