Mass deletion of past events
It would be really helpful to be able to delete multiple/many past events at once rather than the current one-by-one, which is really painful when your website hasn't been updated for several years and has 7+ pages of past events dating back to 2017/2018. Thanks!
Request for Website Design Feature
Within the Biblical Storytelling Library of the website for the Network of Biblical Storytellers, if you click on "Stories by Book" the books of the Bible are listed haphazardly. It would be GREAT (and preferable!) to list them canonically (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus ...) or, if necessary, alphabetically? Same when you click on "Stories by Date" -- the Filter column on the right has the books listed in the same haphazard way. Also, the next block down under Filters, which lists the performers has them listed haphazardly. It would be wonderful--and preferable--to list them alphabetically. The tithe.ly tech guy a request similar to this had been made before. Maybe it's time to consider it. 😁
Duplicate email addresses
Two of our staff members use the same email address, but the site editor will not allow me to save the email address of the second person. (See attached photo.) There's no reason to assume email addresses are unique, and so there's no reason the editor shouldn't let me save a person with any arbitrary email address. Please remove this limitation.
Give attention to Tithe.ly Sites
Considering over 80% visit a church's website before visiting in person, Tithe.ly Sites seems to have been left in the dust. It is very discouraging to see the lack of attentiveness, innovation, updates, and care it receives. I repeatedly check the changelog, reach out for updates from customer support, and watch the Tithe.ly Next events and find only an absence of energy spent on Tithe.ly Sites. Here are just a few issues to which I would love to see some attention given: I am witnessing more and more churches using Squarespace, Wix, etc., for their aesthetics far surpass those of Tithe.ly Sites. I'd love to see the same modernization here. For a church that has sermons, discipleship classes, testimony videos, and conferences, I can't even separate the content into their own respective categories on a resource library. Instead, they all meld with sermons. This is a feature that Series Engine has been doing for years. Their is an extreme lack of functionality with the blocks. You can have body copy under the subheading with "Text with Photo" but not with the "Image Links." There is no way to merely create a two-column layout. You can't use your own provided icons for the "Icons" block, but instead, are restricted to a limited number of outdated icons. You have limited control over simply the number of image photos that you would like per row on the "Image Links" element. And the list goes on...
Ability to moderate chat, spell check, edit, delete comments that are maybe spam, derogatory etc.
Placeholder options seem outdated… other churches have the ability to put upcoming service schedules and a countdown in the placeholder eg. next online service in “-days,- mins, -secs. In addition to graphics
Events - Ability to set recurring event based on weeks of the month
For example: Say you have a sunrise service every 2nd Sunday of the month. It would be great to be able to set events in that manner. Similar to Google Calendar options.
Live Stream request
3 suggestions 1 - It would be great to show "coming live stream" schedule (of the next couple upcoming services so people can plan to be there). Or allow an image/video to play while nothing is live. 2 - Host/Moderator (have users with login info be allowed to moderate) 3 - Analytics - how many people watched? If you bring in a URL from Youtube, it doesn't affect the Youtube numbers and you can't tell how many people are watching on Tithely Glitch found Multiple Live Stream Services - We have a kids service, and 2 church services, so we had all 3 scheduled for Sunday, then added a test service for today, but it wouldn't go because it was listed "after" the first 3 services, even though the date/time was first (it was 4th in the list of live stream services).