- It is very important to schedule a demonstration for the whole chapter when your website is up and running. Go over the entire website from a user’s perspective and answer any questions that may come up. The new welcome video tutorial shown below is great to show during your demonstration.
- In order to hold your members accountable for great chapter communication you should put a line in your bylaws/code of conduct that states, "All members must sign into MCR at least once a day." Then your VP-Standards must hold them accountable by checking the login activity page.
- If the site is updated regularly, the chapter will come to rely on it as the primary method of communication.
- Excuses and excuse submission should be laid out clearly in your bylaws/code of conduct so that the person processing them can do so quickly and easily. If questions arise, they should be brought to your standards meeting for discussion.
- Excuses should be validated within 24 hours of being posted.
- Minutes should be posted as soon as possible after a meeting.
- Determining a realistic amount of time when attendance should be submitted after an event is a great idea.
- Financial information should be updated soon after receiving it. This will ensure timely and accurate record keeping and allow members to rely on it for up-to-date information.
- Inform your alumnae about the website. They will be excited to have a connection to the chapter with a minimal time commitment.
- Submit a support ticket with any questions, problems or concerns that arise.
Modified on: Fri, Oct 13, 2017 at 4:07 PM
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