VolunteerHub empowers your volunteers through its unique self-registration process.
From any web-enabled device, volunteers can browse your organization’s list of upcoming events. With a few clicks, volunteers are then able to register and sign up for the events that best fit their schedules and interests.
But how can VolunteerHub be utilized by volunteers who have limited or no access to the Internet? What about volunteers who ask you to sign them up during a phone conversation?
In this post, we’ll show how easy it is for VolunteerHub administrators to add new users.
Manually Adding New Users to VolunteerHub is Easy
Manually adding a new volunteer is quite simple. Administrators can do so in a few steps. Here’s how.
First, click on the People tab on the Navigation Bar. Then click Add User and fill in the New User form.
To add the new volunteer to one or more user groups, check the appropriate boxes within the Group Membership section. Click Save User at the bottom of the form to save the user to the system.
Most Volunteers Will Self-Register
Our data shows that most volunteers will choose to self-register, making this process of manually adding users a rarity for your organization. VolunteerHub’s intuitive user interface is easy to use, so even your least technologically inclined volunteers should have no trouble using the system.
But, in the rare circumstances in which volunteers need your help, this process helps you ensure every volunteer is properly accounted for.
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