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It would be helpful for administrators to receive a notification when a user makes a change, such as address, phone, etc. in both GLM and SLM, but especially SLM. Sometimes different systems are used for communications, etc. and we can't make those updates if we aren't aware of changes made by users.9 votes
We utilize the universe for the majority of our scholarship applications. We have an issue with scholarships that don't receive any applications and then have to build a stand-alone process to extend the deadline for those scholarships. It typically happens in the first year of a new scholarship. It would be nice if we could extend the deadline for specific opportunities. Also being able to delete or turn off an opportunity would be a great option.7 votes
In an evaluation, if I collapse the first question group in the application, open it again, and then close it again, it closes all of my question groups. This is great! However, this functionality doesn't appear to extend to other parts of the GLM. This would be handy to be added other places, and would be helpful to both administrators and applicants.2 votes
How about a Text and Currency option?
a currency list adding option?
I am working on an application where the scholarship donor wants an accounting of projected expenses and anticipated contributions/income, to which they ask for a bottom line "Amount needed to balance school budget for the upcoming year"
See uploaded image for that section of their paper application that I am working on to move online. Thanks!!1 vote
I stumbled upon that I could change the orientation of my pdf reports by editing the site setting for 'print landscape reports'.
It would be helpful if this was in the Support Hub training 'Exporting Data from Reports'.2 votes
As a result of COVID19, we have decided to use Docusign to get our Grant Agreements signed and returned to us. I notice other systems have an integration with Docusign. Is this on the radar for Foundant?125 votes
I wanted to let you know that we are in the process of finalizing our first version of the DocuSign integration, with a focus on workflows for agreement. If you would like to provide feedback in an early adopter program in the Nov timeframe please reach out to me.
We have a number of GLM email templates and sometimes it is quite confusing to choose the correct one, especially if sending out numerous emails. There are two ways that possibly it would be easier to distinguish among the numerous templates. One being, being able to assign templates to folders, so the list is smaller. Secondly, to make the background colour of each of the shaded templates darker or a different colour, so when scrolled over it is more apparent what is being chosen.2 votes
After submitting common applications, opportunities with internal visibility opportunity specific questions still must be manually submitted.
Expected result: When no opportunity specific questions are visible to applicants, automatically submit like an opportunity with no opportunity specific questions2 votes
Question Type for Demographics
It would be nice to have a question type that would allow for multiple parts to be under the same question. Right now we have to create separate questions for each group. For example:
What ages are the clients you serve?
Ages 65+1 vote
We have experienced a good number of applicants having difficulty locating administrator comments when sending applications back for revisions. The vertical blue line at the left side is easy to scroll by. Applicants then call or email with questions regarding areas to be corrected, stating they cannot locate what needs modified.1 vote
We'd like to see the pre-population of stated outcomes listed on the interim and final reports so that the grantee (and the grantmaker) can see what the intentions of the grant were versus what the actual outcomes were. It is time consuming to review grants and have to look through the application and pull out the intended outcomes only to have to do the same for the follow up reports, then have to create a chart or other document that shows the information side by side. It will also help grantmaking staff understand the history of a grant if there has been a reassignment (such as the case of a grants manager/program officer staff change.)
We'd like to see the pre-population of stated outcomes listed on the interim and final reports so that the grantee (and the grantmaker) can see what the intentions of the grant were versus what the actual outcomes were. It is time consuming to review grants and have to look through the application and pull out the intended outcomes only to have to do the same for the follow up reports, then have to create a chart or other document that shows the information side by side. It will also help grantmaking staff understand the history of a grant if there…2 votes
Have automatic addition for the sum of two or more answers2 votes
Hello! We recently moved a number of applications into "Denial Draft" and then, a few weeks later, into "Deny." It appears Foundant records their denial dates as the dates they were moved into "Denial Draft." Would it be possible to change that so that denial dates are the dates they are formally and finally denied? It would more accurately reflect our decision-making process.Thanks!Bob Hybben4 votes
I would like to have the ability to program a notification so I'm alerted when an installment payment is due. I see this working the same way as follow-up reminders work for grantees, but it would be an internal notification set up to remind an administrator that a payment is coming due on an installment grant.
Thanks for your consideration.27 votes
I recently went into an organization's email history to look at an award notification, the original of which included an attachment, but the historical copy made no reference to an attachment. It would be helpful if historical emails referenced document(s) that may have been attached.7 votes
I would like the board members to have read only access to reports. Standard reports and saved reports would be great. At this time board members are also administrators and the chance for them to accidentally blow something up is too risky.4 votes
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