Many cities, parks, clubs, centers etc., need to empower their members, advocates, leaders and constituents to submit event and project ideas to work on. In many instances, if they are an existing admin of their own group, they can create and post opportunities on their own page. However, there are instances in which you want your community partners to submit events for you to approve and post on their behalf.
To enable people to submit an event with or without needing to be granted access as an administrator, there is an overall setting applied to a group where you may allow anyone to submit unpublished events for the administrator to approve and publish (however, this will still require a user to signup and have a GivePulse user account).
Overall this helps:
- Allow flexibility for end users to submit events or ideals they found in which they may not want to be the main point of contact.
- Allow flexibility for end users to submit events that may require additional vetting. If approved they can still be the main point of contact.
This is a feature an admin may turn on. It is located in the Group Settings by going to "edit" the group and navigating to the "Settings" section. To activate this, you may select "Yes".
Once this is turned on, a button on the group page will allow anyone to submit events. You may also copy and paste this URL to share with specific individuals.