Another nice touch from a supporter side would be to rsvp for other household members on event pages.
Make sure to support arbitrary numbers of people in a household, not just two.
Is it possible to implement this on all nations like it's done here for the questions and suggestions? Is it accomplished via style sheet trickery, or is there some way to designate which users' responses are flagged as "official"?Official response from Jim Gilliam
Yes, you found where to do that, it's "edit the suggestion" - We intend to make that a bit easier, but that's the way it works for now.
There is no "pending." There is "planned", "not planned", "considering", "started", and "completed." You don't have to use all of them, if something is never completed, it's never completed.
I could see another situation where you might want different language to refer to a legislative process, like "in committee" or something along those lines, but can you describe how you would use it? I tend to not want to let people change things like this because it just adds to complexity and if there is some way to figure out how to make it work the same for everyone it ends up being better for everyone.
Donation integration is fantastic. However, the secure https pages redirect to the slug.nationbuilder.com address. We're using a donation page as the splash page, and the redirection in the domain name is confusing to users who are trying to make sure they're donating in the right place.Official response from Jim Gilliam not planned
Unfortunately, this is not something we can support as these pages need to be SSL, which is why they are shown on the slug.nationbuilder.com domain. Technically the way this would have to be implemented would require us to charge a significant monthly fee, more than what NationBuilder itself cost. And I'm pretty sure almost no one would end up wanting it at that price.
1) state_file_id is not a field option
2) unique matching should only require a nationbuilder_id
In some nations, especially in the context of political campaigns, there are some people who need to be handled with special care. It would be great to be able to flag these individuals with a VIP status that would be visible in the icons that show up beside someone's name. For example, it could be a yellow star.
To abstract this one step further, perhaps this could be implemented as as custom tag-icon mapping, similar to how NB lets you customize contact types, methods and statuses.Official response from Adriel Hampton completed
Memberships features, which we have just recently expanded, support this kind of badge in addition to the current tagging feature which is visible in the administrative views. You can create custom membership levels under the finances navigation and assign badge text that is displayed similar to earned pc. These can be automatic when someone pays for a membership, or can be added in the people navigation. We will have a screencast to explain these features more fully.