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Creating Multi-Level Events

First thing’s first… You might be wondering what a multi-level event is! Basically it refers to a tiered event structure in GAIL, where multiple events are nested under a parent event. This setup is commonly used for large events with break out sessions or multiple start times, such as Alumni Weekend and AdvanceUGA. Creating a […]

By Emily Clary | Events Management
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New Mentor/Mentee Constituencies

The Mentor and Mentee constituencies are now live in GAIL! What qualifies an individual for having one of these constituencies? They must have registered to be a mentor or mentee through Xinspire and have been given the corresponding attribute in GAIL. Now for a few suggested uses of the constituencies: The constituencies will be shown […]

By Emily Clary | Uncategorized
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Updated Marriage Options Screen

We have updated the layout of the Marriage screen for a more streamlined experience updating this information. The Marriage Options screen now includes the personal information name elements and aliases; name formats; contact information and documentation notes on one tab for each individual. Information can be updated directly on the tabs rather than having to […]

By Emily Clary | Uncategorized
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New Attribute Search Tool

We’ve heard your requests and our customizations team has built a new way of viewing aggregate Attribute data in GAIL! Now you can review all the constituents who are tagged with your specific Attribute from the Constituents functional area without requesting a query. 1. Navigate to the Constituents functional area. 2. Under the More Tasks […]

By Emily Clary | Uncategorized
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“Anticipated FY to Close” Column Added to Data List

A column for “Anticipated Fiscal Year to Close” has been added to the Prospects & Plans data list on constituent records. We encourage you to continue adding this data to your new and existing opportunities. Once you have, you’ll be able to see it all in one place, as well as export and sort the […]

By Emily Clary | Uncategorized
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New Region Codes

New region codes have been added to GAIL for all US Metropolitan Statistical Areas and Combined Statistical Areas as well as all Micropolitan Statistical Areas in the state of Georgia. When using the query tool, these region code values will be denoted with MSA (Metropolitan Statistical Area), CSA (Combined Statistical Area), or mSA (Micropolitan Statistical […]

By Daynes Parker | Uncategorized
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Building Deliverable Emails

Of course it’s important to create nice looking emails to send to your constituents, but did you know that some of your email elements could actually be keeping them out of inboxes? Use this article as a resource when crafting emails to ensure that they are deliverable and spam filter approved! Images, videos and files, […]

By Emily Clary | Uncategorized
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Quarantine Crossword Puzzle

Take a quick break with our quarantine-themed crossword puzzle! When you’re finished and need the key, it’s located at the bottom of this page. Answer Key:

By Emily Clary | Uncategorized
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New Segments vs. Existing Segments

NOTE: The helpdesk ticketing system in this video/article may look different as we begin our transition to TeamDynamix. Once this change goes into effect, you will see a notice when you attempt to submit a request through ASKIT. The link provided in that notice will take you to TeamDynamix where you can submit your request. […]

By Olivia Engesser | Direct Marketing Efforts
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Team Spotlight: IT

What does the Information Technology (IT) Team do? The Information Technology Department is responsible for maintaining and supporting all technology needs for the UGA Foundation and Division of Development and Alumni Relations. This includes the Foundation’s financial (ONESolution/FAME) systems, fundraising (GAIL) system, hosting for all DAR associated websites, providing file share capabilities, assisting with vendor […]

By Emily Clary | Uncategorized
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