The subnav menus are different from the top level nav and it creates an inconsistent UI experience. From the angle down icon shown it seems like subnav menus should also have a drop-down on hover, but in examining the .scss I see that they are different. I don't know enough SASS to fix it myself, but it doesn't seem like the base style should not have an angle down icon unless it actually does something. It does show that there are sub-pages, but it doesn't help the user at all with navigating to the pages, which seems counterproductive. Please let me know if/how it can be fixed.
Any thoughts on an email API that could help supporters recruit others? For example, I want to start a recruiting drive where each supporter recruits at least two others. I'd like to create an app that allows people to enter a few emails, use default/editable text, and send emails out right from the page on their behalf.
Any thoughts on an email API that could help supporters recruit others? For example, I want to start a recruiting drive where each supporter recruits at least two others. I'd like to create an app that allows people to enter a few emails, use default/editable text, and send emails out right from the page on their behalf.Official response from Adriel Hampton
Great suggestion, Bruce. We do intent to expose more communications features in the API - however, we don't presently have a timeline for this and have quite a lot of new features planned before communications. You may want to look into SendGrid's API, which we use for our mail services - you could build an email app using their tools and log new people and contacts back into NationBuilder using our existing calls.
I want to help my members invite others to join our movement. Is there any way to provide them a form email to send to others from the recruiting page? I know anyone can just copy the link, but it'd be great to be able to provide them with a message that they can use, customize, and send right there on the page instead of taking it over to an email client.
For any other payment or sign up page, I can’t think of a single example for the single field. I think you guys need to seriously consider what users are asking for here. You can make it an either or option if you really believe that more issues are created from the multiple field option, but personally the single field is the only thing creating problems for me.
This is pretty standard fare for a blog when on the single post view. It's poor flow to have to return to a list just to get to the next or previous post.