10 new features coming to Givebutter in 2019

Written by
Max Friedman

10 new features coming to Givebutter in 2019

Written by
Max Friedman

Boy, are we excited. 

2018 may have been a crazy year for us, but one thing is certain: it set the foundation for what is going to be an absolutely amazing 2019. 

However, before jumping in, we want to say thank you to every single person who has created a campaign, raised money, donated, or otherwise been a part of this incredible community. Whether you've been with us since the beginning or are learning about us for the first time right now – on behalf of everyone at Givebutter, thank you. None of this would be possible without each and every one of you.

Without further ado, here are ten of the most exciting items on our 2019 roadmap:

Offline donations 💰

Easily record cash, check, and other offline donations in your Givebutter Dashboard. You'll be able to customize the donations, credit specific campaigns/teams/members, purchase tickets (if applicable), and optionally send an email receipt to the donor.

Recurring donations 💰🔁

Enable donors to give on a recurring basis (i.e. monthly, annually) by automatically charging their credit card. Will first be made available to Collect Pro customers.

Embeddable widgets 🕹

Place Givebutter elements, such as a donate button or goal bar, directly on your website by simply copy and pasting a snippet of code. Boom. 💥

Third-party integrations 3️⃣ 🎉

Connect to thousands of third-party apps via Zapier, including tools such as Mailchimp, Salesforce, Google Sheets, and much more.

Registration with fundraising 🏃‍♀️

Sell tickets as "registrations" and enable attendees to fundraise on top of their ticket purchase. Great for runs/walks, galas, dance marathons, and just about any kind of event where you want attendees to purchase a ticket and fundraise. Works with Givebutter's Fundraise and Events products (nested, multi-team, P2P fundraising).

Mobile ticket scanning 📲

Use Givebutter's new mobile app for events to scan tickets and check-in attendees directly from your smartphone or tablet. Available to Events Pro customers.

White labelling 🏷

Remove Givebutter branding for a more personalized experience.

Advanced chapter/multi-team fundraising campaigns 🌟

Create complex nested team fundraising campaigns across all of your chapters, teams, and/or and members with the click of a button.

More payment methods 💸

We've already got Venmo, PayPal, and credit/debit cards. What more could you want?! Apple Pay and Google Pay? Ok fine - good idea :)

Better everything 🙌

We've got a whole bunch of updates in store, most especially for our campaign pages, group pages, and dashboard. Follow every update, big and small, over at our What's New? page.

We're so excited to make 2019 our best year yet. If you have any questions or ideas for our roadmap, please drop us a note at [email protected].

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