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When you receive an email for an activity or a course that you have signed up for, have an "add to calendar" link in the email3 votes
Many activities (especially climbing) have specific notes from leaders that the activity is restricted to a specific group within the branch. This puts the participants in disbelief about finding climbs to go on.
As climb leaders have gotten better at stating these restrictions on the activity page, having activity descriptions and leader notes added to the notification email would be highly appreciated by the member - so we can have a more informed decision to click on the link and reach out to the leader. This will reduce the traffic on the website and will improve the well-being of our…3 votes
Most people (myself included) when entering information for the leader in the permission request comment box, make an effort to format it as cleanly as possible with line breaks to organize provided information.
However, the code appears to strip all these line breaks from the text and drop a super messy blob of text in the request email that comes to leaders. This makes the leader's job unnecessarily harder because we have to mentally parse the blob back into the requester's intended presentation.
Could we please stop stripping the line breaks and preserve the intended format?2 votes
it states 'When viewing the activity, click on the "Roster" button in the orange admin panel on the left side of the screen. Under "Set Activity Results", you can choose a Trip Result, then click the "Save" button.'
It seems that 'close activity' has been moved out of the Roster section, and into a 'Manage Activity' section on the right hand side of the page. The text should be updated to indicate that.
Thank you!1 vote
A frequent leader pain point is participants who obviously don't read the entirety of the trip listing before signing up and especially before requesting leader permission.
Most leaders will put instructions on information they want for leader permission in the "Leader's Notes" section, but many participants don't see it because it ends up hidden under the "More+" collapse link. Some leaders even make a point in ALL CAPS to try to get participants to click "More+".
I believe that swapping these two sections and making "Leader's Notes" the headline that doesn't get hidden would improve this situation and make it…1 vote
Wouldn't it be cool if the maps on the website displayed elevation in feet rather than meters?1 vote
Under Routes/Places tab it states: "Recommended Maps". Since salt water based trips use "Charts" rather than "Maps" I suggest making the statement read "Recommended Maps &/or Charts".
Some activities may use both a land based map and a water based chart so having " &/or" covers activities that only require a map or only require a chart as well as activities that require both a map and a chart.
This is a small issue, and it is certainly not critical however using the correct terminology improves the overall validity and accuracy of the website.1 vote
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