One of the most powerful ways that your community engages with your content is by taking notes during the church service each week. We’ve sought to make the note-taking process easier than ever with our latest feature, Subsplash Notes. You may already be using the Fill in Notes tool to build outlines with (you guessed it) fill-in blanks. But with Subsplash Notes, your users will always have a digital journal available at their fingertips. With this feature enabled, the option to take a note will automatically show up on each new media item, so you won’t have to put any work into creating a note each week. Additionally, users can view their note archive from the app menu. Each note is automatically connected to the corresponding media item so that your community can easily refer back to the sermon. They can also share a note with just a tap of a button! Notes will be coming to your app this summer. If you’d like to manage the visibility of notes in your app, you can do so in Settings. We hope you enjoy this new feature!
Introducing Subsplash Notes
Fuel Your Mission™ with Subsplash Giving and recurring gifts
Does your community know how they can support your ministry year-round by setting up a recurring gift? It’s truly a meaningful and effective step for your donors and one of the most impactful ways we’re partnering with you to Fuel Your Mission™. Want to learn more about Subsplash Giving and recurring gifts? Let’s chat!
Northstar Church | A Subsplash Spotlight
In 2016, Northstar Church launched an ambitious campaign to transform their finances. Looking for a powerfully integrated digital giving solution that would help encourage generosity in their church, they switched to Subsplash Giving and paid off $6.8 million of debt within two years! Now they’re putting these resources back into the community and giving away $30,000 per month toward kingdom impact in the surrounding area. Want to learn more about how we can help Fuel Your Mission™ with Subsplash Giving? Let’s chat! BeBold video provided courtesy of Northstar Church and Southend Films.