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All blog posts that are set to allow publication on your website are automatically available in your People application as ChurchDesk is an integrated system. With a few clicks, this allows you to add your blog posts to your newsletters. Blog overview The first you thing you'll see upon entering Blogs is the blog overview. From here you can see all your blog posts, sort them and create a "New blog" and thereby creating a new post. For blog post there is further a set of "Actions" available.
You will find Files in the GROUPS section. Upon entering Files you'll be given an an overview of all your files and folders. You will then have following options: New folder: Here you can create a folder and assign it to a group that you are a member of. In the group you can see all files and folders associated with the group Upload files: Upload files to the archive without placing them in a specific folder Sort the files: You can sort the files files based on type, up
With Groups in ChurchDesk it is easy to collaborate on work in and around the church. Each group section contains a series of features to facilitate internal communication and collaboration. These are: Members: All groups have a membership list from where you can send messages, turn a user into an administrator or remove the member from the group Files: When you upload files to ChurchDesk the files should be assigned to a group Messages: Groups can communicate internally
The purpose of Galleries in the Groups module is to upload images for slideshows on the website. Please note, that this article is not relevant for you, if you are not using ChurchDesk for your website. In Galleries you have the following options: New Gallery: Create a new gallery by selecting the green button "New Gallery" Upload images: Upload images to a gallery by choosing the cloud icon in the top right corner of your newly created gallery. You can upload pictures from you
Introduction to Groups
Groups is made for the people who carries out work in and for the church. Such as employees of the church as well as volunteers. You have to be created as a user in ChurchDesk to be able to access Groups. Groups is divided into: Groups: Groups can work together with a shared calendar, files and internal messages Files: The file archive is the central hub for saving and sharing all files in the church Galleries: The gallery makes it possible to upload images for slides