As a CauseVox Admin, you can manage team fundraising pages. This includes the ability to:
Create team fundraising pages to populate a fundraising website
Edit existing team fundraising pages, regardless if it was created by an Admin or by a participant.
Add or remove participants with personal pages to a team.
Promote participants to a team admin (commonly a team captain) with editing capabilities for their team fundraising page.
Create Team Fundraising Pages
To learn how to create a team page, visit this support article.
Edit Team Fundraising Pages
After logging as a CauseVox Admin, go to Manage and select the appropriate campaign and filter by Team Pages.
Select the team page you'd like to modify. This takes you to the team page profile where you can edit the team fundraising page. Edits include:
Team stub (URL/link of the page)
Team fundraising goal
Team image (profile photo)
Team description (fundraising appeal)
Team social sharing options
Team custom fields (if applicable)
Note: You can disable or delete team fundraising pages under Actions.
Disable Page - This will take their page offline but retain the data for viewing.
Delete Page - This will remove and delete the page completely.
Add or Remove Team Fundraising Page Members
As a CauseVox Admin, you can add and remove members of a team fundraising page.
Add Team Member
To add a member to a team, navigate to the Team Page in the CauseVox Admin side. See process above.
Select Members and click on Add Team Member. Choose the personal page to add to the team.
Remove Team Member
To remove a team member from a team fundraising page, select on the team member in the Members section of the Team Page.
Then click on the three dots and select Remove From Team.
A member (personal fundraising page) can only be a member of one team fundraising page at a time.
Members can be added, removed, and transferred across campaigns at anytime.
Promote Team Members to Team Admin
As a CauseVox Admin, you can promote a team fundraising page member to a team admin. This is commonly used to assign "team captains" of a team.
Note: By default, if a personal fundraising page participant creates a team fundraising page, they are set as a team admin.
Team admins have the ability to:
Edit team fundraising page details (name, stub, appeal, goal, etc)
Make a team member an team admin
Remove team admin access from members and other admins
To promote a team member from a team fundraising page, select on the team member in the Members section of the Team Page. Then click on the three dots and select Make Admin.