The FellowshipOne Blog

Product Release Notes

The FellowshipOne Development team has been very busy! Here is a quick review of some of the key initiatives we have worked on:

FellowshipOne Insights

Many customers cited the need for more intuitive reporting as one of their biggest pain points when it comes to FellowshipOne. We listened and were super-excited to release the FellowshipOne Insights Contributions and Attendance Dashboards in April. With the addition of the newly released Attributes Dashboards, churches now have the power to visualize and track what matters most. Be sure to explore all of the features of Insights that include innovative reporting, easy filtering, numerous export options and the ability to schedule and send reports to other users.

Delete InFellowship Accounts

This long-awaited capability gives church admins the ability to delete InFellowship Accounts when their members have lost access, making it much easier for congregants to create new accounts. This new feature not only save administrative steps, but in many cases, also saves a phone call to Support.

Email from My Tasks

This enhancement gives customers the ability to email directly from My Tasks, eliminating extra steps that involve running a Core report and creating a temporary group. With this enhancement, churches save time and effort by simply filtering on the contact item, selecting the individuals/households, and choosing “Send an Email” from the action gear.

Here is a quick look at how it works:

My Check-in Enhancements

My Check-in allows congregants to check in to Church activities from the convenience of their mobile device. In response to customer requests, we added the ability for churches to decide what Activities are available in My Check-in. We also updated the user interface and made improvements to the check-in workflow for individuals who do not need to print name tags.

Security Updates 

Our Development Team has worked tirelessly on hardening our system to protect our churches data and on our commitment to continuously stabilize, update, and improve the overall FellowshipOne codebase.

The Development team is so excited about all that lies ahead, as we continue to gain momentum and release software that equips churches to do Ministry. Stay tuned for more updates!