Acknowledgements are processes in GAIL that are used to send out thank-you letters to your donors. Every school/college/unit has at least one acknowledgement process already established in GAIL. If you, or someone on your team, has not been trained on Acknowledgements, please email Cindy Bond at firstname.lastname@example.org to coordinate a training date and time.
On September 2nd new student data was added to GAIL via information provided by the Registrar’s office. This impacted 38,328 student records and also added/updated parent information if available. These new individuals will now appear in your current student/parent selections when processed through a marketing effort or event communication.
In an effort to streamline and simplify, Prospect Management has disabled the qualification plan type for use going forward and instead will rely on a Qualification step/stage within any gift plan. The most recently completed or next pending step determines a plan’s stage.
The latest enhancement to BEE lets you “undo” changes made to your email content. When you click into a content box and begin making edits, you will see a history and undo icon appear in the bottom left corner of your email window. Use these tools to undo a single edit or jump back in […]
The office of Client Services is happy to welcome all new UGA employees to our Fall 2018 semester! During the next few months, a large portion of our new employee pool will be on-boarding with GAIL. This means registering and attending a GAIl 101 training class. GAIL 101 training must be completed by all new […]
Attention All Users: The policies for having access to GAIL dictate that any user that has not logged into GAIL within the past 6 months will have their access terminated. Additionally, if you have not signed into GAIL within the past 12 months, you will be required to take a GAIL 101 as a refresher […]
Do you ever wonder how many marketing efforts and event invitations are sent out in a fiscal year? How many people are we reaching? What’s the average number of communications a constituent receives per year? All this information and more can be found on the FY18 GAIL Communications Statistics Infographic.