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What You May Not Know About Your Outlook Calendar

With the addition of RSS and iCal for EventEssentials Pro users and reviewing Ideas submitted on the Community, I thought this may be a good opportunity to review tricks in Outlook's Calendar that many people may not be aware of. Add new calendars The …

Author: Dave Kornegay
How Can I Use RSS Feeds for Events in Webpages and Other Projects?

EventEssentials Pro users have the ability to provide a live feed of data to an RSS format.  So what can you do with it and other RSS feeds (e.g., sites with news or weather RSS)? If you look at the web address that is produced for an RSS feed, it …

Author: Dave Kornegay
Calendar Integration (iCal and RSS)

We are excited to announce our new product enhancement for EventEssentials Pro users, Calendar Integration (iCal & RSS) for a December 7th release. Easily share your FSDirect calendar event data with applications that support iCal and/or RSS capabilities …

Author: Dave Kornegay
Enhancement to Online Payments for Events

A new enhancement regarding Online Payments in EventEssentials Pro updates the ability to capture invoice payments online for events displayed in FSDirect and CommunityUse. Our partner, ReliaFund , has updated their portion of the integration to allow …

Author: Dave Kornegay
A Comprehensive Study on Community Use of Schools

The demand for community use of schools has never been higher and the impact on resource strapped operations teams continues to stretch thin budgets even thinner. As we hear more and more schools asking, "What are other schools doing to manage …

Author: Jed DeGroote
Implementing a Cost Recovery Program, Part 3: Build Support and Identify Cost Recovery Areas

Did you miss our first two blogs in our 5-part blog series? If so, catch up here: Part 1 and Part 2. When we first begun our cost recovery research, we quickly realized that once a district begin a cost recovery program, cost recovery improve year after year so don’t give up if you’re not seeing immediate results.

Let’s dive into steps 5 and 6 in our cost recovery implementation series!

Author: SchoolDude

When allowing community groups to use your organization’s facilities for events and activities, it’s essential that you require those third-party groups to have a proper insurance policy. SchoolDude has partnered with Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. (AJG) to streamline the process of purchasing event insurance. This partnership allows community requesters to purchase a Tenants’ and Users’ Liability Insurance Policy (TULIP) online at an affordable rate through AJG, while requesting facility space via CommunityUse.

Author: Julia Washburn
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