It’s been a year full of improvements to ChurchDesk. We’ve focused a lot on improving our user experience, making it even easier to get more value from our product. Here I'd like to share our priorities for 2019.
We’d like to highlight a few small improvements we hope will make your day even better. Read about news in calender, bookings, blog views and more.
ChurchDesk was founded to help churches engage with their members and communities. This is why we built People - we wanted to enable personal, targeted, and real-time communication.
Read about the additions and improvements we’ve recently made to the new version of People. Now it's time to make ChurchDesk People simpler and more powerful.
Bug fixing and improvements to Forms. We’ve made it quicker for changes to the Homepage to be live for visitors to see.
Starting today you can create tickets for your events with ChurchDesk. Tickets are integrated with ChurchDesk Forms and make it easier than ever to create and manage event sign-ups.
Don't have a ChurchDesk website? Don't worry, you can now embed your ChurchDesk Calendar on any church website.
We’re improving Forms with updates built on user feedback. And while we’re at it, we’re improving our app and the text editor function.
It’s easier than ever to log in to ChurchDesk from your iPhone.Just use your fingerprint, and you’ll be back with us in no time
At ChurchDesk we strive to make your jobs easier. An online form is an important tool for that but users reported that our old Forms were too complicated to use. So we set out to create a completely new version of our Forms to improve that.
We are introducing new forms to help you save time on admin work and make it easy to connect with people.
We recently introduced a great new feature in "Reporting" that allows you to understand the effect on all messages - both emails and text messages (SMS). Now you can see who opens, clicks or doesn't receive your messages. This is the first step to help you understand the impact of all the efforts you put into your communication. It also allows you to start experimenting and comparing what works and what does not.
ChurchDesk is always aiming to create the best tools for the church so we can support its growth, both today and in the future; so it’s a big day for ChurchDesk! Today, we’re adding the possibility of coordinating tasks between staff and volunteers to our system. We believe we have to make it as easy as possible to get involved in the church and its work, and we hope our new feature goes some way to aiding this.
Our new Chief Product Officer (CPO), Kenneth Svenningsen, starts at ChurchDesk this week and we’re very excited about it. Kenneth aims to be the link between the church’s needs and the ongoing development at ChurchDesk, and henceforth will be responsible for making sure our product delivers the greatest possible value to the church. With his hire we are investing more in product development than ever before, in order to become the best possible partner to the church.
A lot has happened at ChurchDesk in the last year. Most importantly, we have become a truly integrated Church Engagement Platform, which helps churches across the country communicate with thousands of people every day.
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