New Feature: Parents and Children - Membership Database

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May 10, 2022
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New Feature: Parents and Children - Membership Database

Club admins can now view ‘parent’ and ‘child’ fields in their Club Control Panel membership database.

It was a requested feature that our developers have now pushed live, designed to quickly identify who is related to a member from a global view of the database or an exported list.

Here’s what it looks like…

blog-membership-parent-fieldYou can now see who is someone's Child or Parent without having to click into their individual profile all the time.

The fields have been added to the list of the standard fields (as above). Just tick them to be able to view accordingly.

Screenshot 2021-06-28 at 11.07.01The display will show the Child/Parent clearly on the data view when selected if applicable.

Screenshot 2021-06-28 at 11.02.51These fields will also show in the export, as above. So admins can save time, and see at a glance, which records are connected for the purposes of membership admin.

Screenshot 2021-06-28 at 11.04.06There are direct links to a Child or Parent profile from the user profile as before.

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