Over time you will likely accumulate products that you no longer want to see on the Products page. They may include expired web store items or school fees from previous years. Deleting one or two products manually certainly works, but what if you have tens or hundreds of products that you want to get rid […]
Over the last few years, a growing number of schools participated in our new online platform that helps them organize field trips. Thousands of bus drivers now rely on our system daily. In a nutshell, drivers choose the trips they’d like to take and the system allots the trips based on various criteria such as […]
This post is a little different. After sifting through thousands of emails, we have learned a thing about this ever-evolving form of Internet communication. Below we share our tips for email gotchas. It’s a little bit of everything, humor included. Custom fonts. You may be tempted to use any of these pretty fonts from your […]
When you sell a product online, you have the option to mark it as either public or private listing. The main difference is that a public product is accessible to everyone who visits the index or front page of the school’s webstore. It can be searched for, filtered by category or scrolled to. This means […]
In the past, when you listed a product on the webstore it was visible to everyone. With this enhancement, you can now choose if the product is visible to everyone (Public listing) or only to those with whom you share the product’s private location (Private listing). This is useful in at least two scenarios. First, […]
The latest release adds strict enforcement of quantity for your webstore products. If you choose to put a limit on sales, you should see it obeyed with high accuracy.
Our team at PushCoin works hard to reduce the amount of email traffic school administrators deal with, either from parents or tech support. To further this goal, we have directed our system to stop sending the “ticket created” canned response. Rest assured we receive all your requests and strive to respond as quickly as possible. […]
A new email filter was installed to improve quality of received data. However, a bug in the new filter rejected valid email patterns listed below causing false errors in student data imports. firstname.lastname@example.org A single character after “@” followed by a dot. email@example.com A hyphen in the domain name.
If you are in charge of reviewing and approval of SIS pending fees you may find it useful to export the list of pending actions to Excel. In Excel you can sort, group or color-code the rows, making the reviewing task a little easier. Another reason might be to have a record of what was […]
On occasion, school administration may want to contact parents who made (online) purchases via mail-merge, for example in the event of trip cancellations or enrollment eligibility. This is now possible directly from the Sales to users report. The exported CSV (Excel) file includes four new columns: primary contact name primary contact email secondary contact name […]