The main issue facing us currently is this whole dropdown menus exclusivity
problem. If there's a way to attribute multiple (sub) dropdowns as part of,
for example, t-shirt (color, size, gender, etc), this would be ideal (as
opposed to only being able to choose one feature as a dropdown, and
therefore having only a portion of the relevant data).

Need flexibility for more combinations of things. - what about donors that
requested shirts AND stickers? That's the most foreseeable needed solution
in current and futuretasks - and doing that for general data (not just the
contributions page). I think, in terms of assigning specific data to
various contacts so it can be more easily be accessed/filtered. But the
search function seems to work pretty well for the most part.

The only other pervasive issue I had was with addresses/provinces and
international postal codes that didn't seem to be quite right, but thats
something that for now doesn't matter too much, as I believe we will be
writing out addresses by hand.

Overall it's functional though, no other specific issues have really come
up at this point. Hopefully that's helpful, although I know this has
already been discussed.

On Tue, Mar 15, 2016 at 11:03 PM, William Hale <> wrote:

> Hello Everyone,
> Meant to get this out earlier, but better late than never eh?
> I will be meeting with a CiviCRM Ambassador on Thursday and would like
> to bring along any thoughts that our group may have.
> If you haven't heard yet, we are moving the various volunteer forms,
> conference sign-up sheets, and other registers to a centralized
> location for easier access and additions.
> Due to the nature of our organization, CiviCRM was chosen and we have
> been setting up and migrating things over.
> What I am looking for are any thoughts you have on this process and how
> it might relate to your team.
> Especially helpful would be any feedback from someone who has previous
> experience with this or another CRM solution.
> I appreciate your time and look forward to adding your questions to my
> own.
> Thanks!
> --
> William Hale
> aka Salt
> Community Director
> "Free the Commons"
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