We've added some improvements to the way ical feeds work in Resources, based on your feedback! We've also added some new reports and written some detailed documentation for creating custom reports in Resources.
Drop everything and rejoice, because the drag of having to use Flash for uploading files has been vanquished! Get aquainted with our new Drag & Drop, HTML 5 uploader.
After a month and a half of refining the application and listening to our wonderful testers, we are happy to take PCO Check-Ins out of beta!
When setting up an event in Resources, you may find that some rooms or resources are unavailable. Now you can see who has it booked and, if you want, jump straight over to that event.
Simple, print-friendly reports are here! Today we've released some updates to the reports engine in Planning Center Resources after listening to your feedback.
Split Teams allow you to have one team that uses different people at each service time. If you have a 9am and 11am Service, but you schedule different Ushers for each time, you can make your Ushers a Split Team to easily see which people are scheduled for each time, while keeping them in the same team. You or your team members can set new Time Preferences to specify which times they want to serve.
While you're waiting for our next big feature announcement, take a minute to read about some of the smaller features and improvements we've made recently. Blocking out dates now asks if you'd like to decline previously confirmed plans, you can edit scheduling preferences from a plan in the needed positions box, CSV importing has been greatly improved, custom slides for Projector are more visible and are included when exporting a plan, and accessing a person's schedule from their profile page now shows their team & position.
Today we announce Planning Center Check-Ins, our new child and volunteer check-in system.
Yahoo had recently decided not to deliver any emails sent from Planning Center, but we've resolved that, so all new emails should arrive consistently. For some background information, read on.
When an event is over, it will now drop out of the main view of events (though, still accessible via search.)