Searching for a Better Impact Buddy

About this feature: Better Impact Buddies are users of our software that would like to help other users of our software. They offer their advice and share their experiences with their peers facing similar situations. Buddies are not expected to answer technical, how-to questions about the software (because we are happy to do that). 

  1. Go to People, then scroll down and select “Find a Buddy” in the sidebar menu 
  2. Select from the desired search options, all parameters are optional: 
    • Organization Name: if you know the name of the organization where you’d like to find a buddy, enter it here 
    • Country: select the desired Country from the dropdown list 
    • State / Province: select the desired state or province from the dropdown list (if applicable) 
    • Years of Experience: select “At Least” or “At Most” from the drop list, then enter the desired number of years of experience 
    • Keywords: enter text to search for a Buddy by additional information in their profile (“How I Can Help?” and “Notes” fields) 
    • Classifications: select any of the checkboxes listed to find buddies who have indicated that as their area of expertise 
    • Number of Volunteers: select any of the checkboxes to filter your search for organizations with the desired number of volunteers 
    • Modules: select any of the checkboxes to find buddies who have indicated that as their area of expertise 
  3. Click the [Filter] button 
  4. In the “How I Can Help” section, you’ll see a list of Better Impact Buddies that match your search criteria along with some basic information about them. You can: 
    • View Gallery Page: a link to a website with detailed information about the buddy (this option will only display if the buddy has an associated gallery page) 
    • View Profile: displays a window with contact details and a profile summary 
  5. Reach out to your buddy via the contact information provided for help or support 
Updated on June 28, 2021

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