Rallybound provides an easy way to change terms and global language across your campaign or even multiple campaigns. This allows you to customize your campaigns or a series of campaigns by renaming some of the basic terms that are consistently re-used across those campaigns. Additionally, these terms define what will be displayed when using placeholders in emails and editable areas across the site. Click here to learn more about Rallybound's placeholder system.
Modify global terms by following these steps:
- Log in to the Admin at admin.rallybound.com
- Navigate to the entity (organization, group, or campaign) on which you'd like to configure this setting. Click here to learn more about inherited settings.
- Click the "Website" tab
- Click "Customize" in the left sidebar
- Click on the relevant term
- Click "Edit"
- Edit your term as desired
- Click "Done"
- Refresh you campaign site to view your changes
Global – Blog Term
Applies if you are using Rallybound’s static blog feed on your campaign site. Default value is “blog”.
Global – Captain Noun
Among other places, the text for this term can be found on the Team Page as text that indicates who is the Team Captain, as well as within registration when someone is creating a team. Default value is “captain”.
Global – Donation-Ticket Noun
The text for this term can be found on ticket pages. Default value is “ticket”.
Global – Member Term
Refers to the term for a Fundraiser and can be found in various places on the campaign site, including homepage widgets and the donation page recipient section. Default value is “fundraiser”.
Global – Member Term #2 (used in attendee context)
Refers to the term for someone who is attending an event (RSVP). Default value is "attendee".
Global – Team Term
The Team term can be found within the Team Builder flow in registration and dashboard contexts, as well as in the recipient section on the donation page. Default value is "team".
Global – Team Term in plural
The Teams term can be found on the “Team” leaderboard widget. Default value is “teams”.