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Check out these tutorials on how to set up your Church Metrics Group feature.
What is Church Metrics Groups?
If you help lead a denomination or church network, you know how important it is to have organized, reliable data from all of your member churches. We've created a brand new feature to help you gather and review that data. Introducing Church Metrics Groups. Now, you can link the members of denominations, church plant networks, or other associations and see a big-picture view of their combined trends. Church Metrics Groups is a private, invitation-only way to aggregate all the data for the c
Viewing Data on Your Dashboard
You can create widgets for your Dashboard that will allow you to take a high level view of your groups data. This data can be displayed numerically or in graphs. You can also compare to previous data. The widgets are saved to the dashboard and you can even view campus specific data. Accessing Dashboard 1. To access the Dashboard, you will need to select the "
As a Group, you choose which categories you want to track. In the categories section, you can create, edit, and remove categories. You can also see what churches have linked to your categories. What is linking? Let’s say you setup attendance to be a category you want to track. Each church in your group will have to link their attendance category to your attendance category. This allows the church to call the category whatever the want and then simply link it to your Category Page !(http
Adding Tags to Churches
Tags are a great way to organization your churches into more specific groups. You can create any custom tags that you would like. They could be customized by region, leader, size, etc. Once a church has been tagged, you can use them in reports, charts, and dashboards. Adding Tags 1. To begin adding tags, clock on the "Churches" tab. Next click the "Add Ta
Mass Inviting Churches to Your Group
If you would like to mass import your users, you can take advantage of the CSV importer. This will allow you to create an Excel, or CSV document, add all the churches to the document and then import them into Church Metrics. This can save you a lot of time if you have multiple churches you are importing. Invite Church 1. After logging into your Groups account
Inviting Churches to Your Group
Once you have setup your group, you will want to invite the churches that are a part of your network. You can invite churches that have Church Metrics accounts or even those who do not. If a church does not have an account and you invite them, they will be prompted to create an account before being able to join your group. Select "Invite" 1. After logging int