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In our latest software update, we’ve made an accessibility update for keyboard users who need to tab through the platform interface without using a mouse.
The Good Grants review leaderboard has received an update that makes it even easier to differentiate between applications with thumbnail images to preview each application.
New features A faster method for communicating with a specific panel of reviewers has been added to the Panels view. Simply go to Reviewing > Panels and then click Notify reviewers in the action menu (the three dots). Improvements We’ve used April to make several...
Here’s a new time-saver for you! You can now send notifications to application reviewers in the Good Grants platform much, much faster! Now, with just a few clicks, you can quickly create and send a notification to reviewers in a panel. You can use it to let them know...
We now have 29 professionally translated languages, which are available for all accounts and across all plans.
New features The Top Pick review mode now has a live progress bar to track picks in real-time. Two new languages have been added—Danish and Norwegian, bringing our total number of supported languages to 29. Improvements The following API improvements were made: The...
Throughout the grant management lifecycle, there are varying types of documents to be shared, signed, submitted and managed. From applications and privacy agreements to budget sheets and award notices, contract management is a crucial part of the process.
New features You can now create contracts for applicants, who can sign by typing their name or use their mouse or trackpad to draw their signature. The contracts are saved as PDF files and recorded with a time stamp on the user’s profile. Merge fields can be added to...
There is a lot of hard work that goes into applying for a grant. Your grantseekers are tirelessly committed to their purpose, and often are applying to more than one grant or funding program for support or assistance.
More than likely, they will not be selected for every grant they seek. So, what can you, as the grantmaker, offer these applicants to help them in their journey?
The answer is often overlooked yet simple and meaningful: feedback—a constructive critique from your reviewers to help applicants develop their proposals and further their mission.
Your program mission is to make a difference––whether it’s through empowerment, community transformation or to change lives for the better. But, this is no easy task and it can be a whirlwind of complexity.