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It would be nice if there was a way to approve emails based on who is sending it or the communication list they are sending to. Ex: Some senders always need approval, but others don't. Or these certain communication lists need approval, but others don't. Adjusting the number of recipients doesn't work for us because, for example:We have 50 group leaders (needs approval)3000 attendees (needs approval)1000 parents of kids and students (doesn't need approval)There's just a large middle ground with a lot of emails that don't need approval. This could happen by making certain security roles always needing approval. And then...
Photo of Andrew ToddAndrew Todd, Victory Christian Church  · 

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Current functionality requires you to expand a placement group before you can place a selected Registrant in the group. The process s is a three step process: find group, expand, select person, drag into group.It would be more efficient, if possible, to be able to start with all groups collapsed, select Registrant, drag over collapsed group, group expands after a certain delay (to prevent any other group expanding as the Registrant is being dragged to the right gorup), then place Registrant into group.

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When adding a group on an event's Placement Groups page, you can only set the Event~Group's Group Capacity when you first create the group.  If you forget to do this, or if the capacity changes after you have created the group, there is no way to get back to this value to change it.  (This also prevents you from setting up the placement groups from the Group Viewer if you want to use Group Capacity.)  The 'Edit' option from the three dots at the top right of each placement group takes you straight to the normal Group edit page, but...

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Hello!I know that it might not be important for some churches but I think it creates a layer of security to Rock having a non-standard url key parameter for all Rock instances. For example, the Group Registration Block. It requires a key parameter of `GroupId` and all Rock instances has to follow that key. Why not provide that as an option in the block? It can be the default `GroupId` but it would be nice to be able modify it. What if I want it as `gg` or simply as `g`, that way whoever would try to play around with...
Photo of Jackson UyJackson Uy, Lake Avenue Church  · 

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I am adding many registrations from forms and emails where people were not registered online.   For churches that take on Rock without a payment gateway this could be a typical scenario.When manually adding Registrations and Registrants in the back end it would seem to make sense to default the first Registrant to the Registrar.  It is easy and quicker to X it to remove the person if this is wrong, than it is to enter their name, search and select them in the majority of cases when this will be right.  This would improve the efficiency of the registrant entry...

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Our headcounts are broken up by Date, Campus, Schedule, and Location. The current Service Metrics Entry block allows us to enter a metric using Date, Campus and Schedule, but does not allow us to utilize Locations. This means we are unable to use this block to track our headcounts and are having to work toward a custom solution.We'd love to see the out-of-the-box service entry block allow for Date, Campus, Schedule AND Location to increase it's functionality. Adding this also allows us more readily create reporting consistency as we are able to use shared objects (like Location) across various types...
Photo of Ashleigh EarnestAshleigh Earnest, North Coast Church  · 

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Concise Description:A tool to ensure that core files and database objects are in sync with the current Rock version by verifying them against known good states.Additional Details:Sometimes, core files and database tables become misaligned with the current Rock version due to several reasons:Intentional customizations made by team members.Incomplete updates where a Rock update fails to correctly update a DLL, database object, or file.Plugins accidentally overwriting files they shouldn't.This tool could function similarly to Shelby Arena’s Verify Files/Database functionality. By computing the MD5 hash for a "core" object and comparing it against a known hash value, administrators could quickly identify and...
Photo of Tony ViscontiTony Visconti, College Church  · 

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Rock's method of securing things system-wide is a very robust and yet flexible solution. One area where security seems to currently be missing is with Asset Storage Providers. Having the ability to add security to asset storage providers to control who can see/upload assets to these directories would be helpful in:Ensuring images and files that are used in day to day ministry get uploaded to the correct placeEnabling files to be more quickly located in the future by all usersProvide greater clarity to staff and volunteers by not showing providers which are used to store things that are not relevant...
Photo of Brian KalwatBrian Kalwat, NewSpring Church  · 

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Various international Rock churches cannot use the electronic giving statements due to the shift in tax filing months not aligning to the calendar year. You can see what those month ranges are here. This affects dozens of current international Rock churches such as Australia, New Zealand, India, Malaysia, and the United Kingdom. Today you can follow Jim Michael's great recipe on sending out electronic contribution statements but it's only tied to the year in the URL. Unfortunately, whenever a giver clicks their View Statement button from the tokenized email it'll be a calendar based YTD total instead of starting at...
Photo of Ben MurphyBen Murphy, Simple  · 

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Managing volunteer check-in at scale across multiple campuses can be challenging. Volunteers often dislike using check-in kiosks, and smaller churches or campuses may lack the funds to purchase the necessary iPads for check-in. The goal of this proposal is to make recording attendance for volunteer groups and similar group types more accessible and affordable for churches. The desired outcome of this proposal has two parts: Leaders of these group types should be sent a link to take attendance or review and edit check-in that is already in progress on a kiosk.  Leaders should receive the right message at the right...
Photo of Zack DutraZack Dutra, Bayside Covenant Church  · 

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