Events Management

Using the “Copy from” Event Invitation Option

The copy from option lets you remove invitees who have either registered or declined your event from receiving reminder invitations. While this can be a useful tool in some scenarios, there are a few things to consider… The copy from button is located on your invitees screen within your event. You can get to this […]

By Leslie West | Blog . Events Management . Front Page
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Best Practices for Reviewing A Postal Mail Spreadsheet

You’ve exported your mailing list from GAIL, now what? Whether you’re processing a marketing effort or an event communication, you need to review your spreadsheet before sending this information off to your printer. What should you look for? Check on these four topics… Rollcall! Are all your constituents present and accounted for? If you see […]

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When to use GAIL Communications

One of the many great powers of GAIL is the ability to send mass communication pieces. You can reach practically any group of constituents in GAIL for your marketing and event communications, but how do you know when you should use this process versus sending an individual email or a quick update to the department […]

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The Pros and Cons of Pre-Scheduling Email Sends

Did you know you can schedule a GAIL email to send at a future date and time? Yes, you read that correctly! If you constantly stress about finding time to send an important communication, this handy tool might be for you! Maybe you’ve already used this feature. Maybe you’ve heard about it but never tried […]

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What’s the Difference Between Event Coordinators & Event Contacts?

Assigning event coordinators and event contacts often gets confusing. While their names may be similar, their purposes are very different. If you’ve ever asked yourself, “Should I assign this person as my event contact or coordinator?”, refer to this quick guide. The event contact is directly connected to the location chosen for your event. The […]

By Leslie West | Blog . Events Management . Front Page
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When is the Best Time to Send an Email?

You’ve been meticulously putting together an email for the past two weeks. You’re ready to send! The common wisdom you may hear is that the best time to send an email is at 10am on a Tuesday, but is that true? We looked at the data on over 7,000 email communications sent through GAIL to try […]

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How to Check Your Email’s Open Rate

Are you curious about how many people are opening the emails you’re sending out? It’s useful to know which marketing efforts and event invitations are really connecting with your constituents and which are falling by the wayside unread so you can analyze those successful campaigns and replicate their strengths in the future. Finding out the […]

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Keeping Your Event Data Organized with the Event List

If you’re an events-oriented GAIL user, you probably already knew about the handy calendar view in the events functional area showing all planned ceremonies, celebrations, and occasions that have been set up through GAIL. But have you ever wanted to see them in a nice, organized list? That’s exactly what the brand new event list […]

By Michael James | Blog . Events Management . Front Page
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Editing Images in BEE

As of November, 26th, the BEE email creator will be updated to use the Pixie Image Editor instead of Adobe’s Create SDK Image Editing UI. This new update will allow GAIL users to edit images uploaded to their file manager. These editing tools include filters, cropping, stickers, frames, and more!

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Email Statistics Report Update: Who Bounced Your Email?

I bet you already knew about all the awesome statistics and information you can find through the GAIL Email Statistics Report. Now a new section has been added to the report that allows you to see your email bounces. Email bounces happen when your email can’t be delivered to a recipient.   Maybe there is a […]

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