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Use of 'Member Types'
26th July 2019
4:43 pm
Playas de Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico
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In your examples use have Member Types of;
Mailing List,
Regular Attender, etc.

I believe that your design intent is for Member Types to be an organizational tool for communication.

Would it be advisable to create such Types as;
Pastors ( we have 7),
Staff ( we have 40+),
Interns, etc.
in order to use these as communication categories?

I am really asking for some coaching as to what you would recommend.

2nd September 2019
7:00 pm
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4th March 2015
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I use Member types to handle membership leveks,
The types you mention are better for "ministries"

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