Accepting and Completing a Need as a Member

In the Elvanto Member Area, members have the capability to view and manage different types of needs. Here's how members can navigate and update their assigned needs efficiently.

Viewing Needs

Members can see three distinct lists of needs:

  1. Needs Assigned to Them
    • These are needs that have been assigned but are not yet completed.
  2. Unassigned Needs
    • These are needs that are not yet assigned to anyone.
  3. Completed Needs
    • These are needs that the member has completed.

Managing Unassigned Needs

Viewing Unassigned Needs

  1. Navigate to the "Unassigned" Tab
    • Click on the "Unassigned" tab to see all unassigned needs at the member's location or needs assigned to all locations.
  2. View Need Details
    • Click on a particular need to see more detailed information about it.

Assigning a Need

  1. Assign to Me
    • After viewing the details, click the “Assign to me” button to take responsibility for the need.
    • This action moves the need to the "Assigned to Me" list and closes the window.

Managing Assigned Needs

Updating the Status of a Need

  1. Open the Need
    • Navigate to the “Assigned to Me” list and click on the need to view its details.
  2. Mark as In Progress or Completed
    • Click the “In Progress” button if you are working on the need.
    • Once in progress, only the “Completed” button will be available.
    • Click the “Completed” button once the task is finished to update its status.

Handling Incomplete Needs

  • Unable to Complete a Need
    • If a member is unable to complete an assigned need, they must contact their leadership directly to have it removed and reassigned.

Elvanto’s Member Area makes it easy for members to manage their responsibilities efficiently. By following these steps, members can stay on top of their assigned tasks, ensure unassigned needs are picked up quickly, and keep their leaders informed if any reassignment is necessary. This system helps maintain a well-organized and effective workflow within the church community.