Step 1: Navigate to your Admin Dashboard

Click the “You” in the top right corner and click “Admin Dashboard” for your organization. If you are an admin of more than one organization make sure you click the right one you want to work on.

Step 2: Navigate to your AmplifyATX.org Dashboard

Navigate to Your Amplify Austin Dashboard

From the Overview Tab of your Admin Dashboard, click on the “Edit Profile” button for Amplify Austin Day to access your AmplifyATX.org Dashboard and edit your profile.

* For help accessing your Admin Dashboard check out this support article for step by step instructions! 

Step 3: Manage Support Areas

Navigate to Your Amplify Austin Dashboard

From your AmplifyATX.org Dashboard, click "Manage Support Areas" along the right-hand side:

Step 4: Add Support Area

Click on the orange "Add Support Area" Button.

Title the support area as you would like it to appear on your AmplifyATX.Org profile and click "Save."

Step 5: Customize your Support Area

Tell the story of your organization's support area to enhance donor experience and educate supporters on the work that your organization does.

The components of your support area that you can customize include:

a) Title: Your title will serve as the display name of your support area on your Amplify Austin profile
b) Tagline: Use this part of your profile to write a brief, one-sentence overview of your support area.
c) Video Link: You can choose to include a Youtube or Vimeo link to display a video on your support area's profile.
d) Cover Photo: Just like you can on Facebook or Twitter, you can upload a cover photo to help illustrate the story behind this support area. Your cover photo should be a large, horizontal image, at least 1500 pixels by 500 pixels, but no larger than 5 MB.
e) Story Image: Your story image should be a medium sized, horizontal image, around 500 pixels by 300 pixels, but no larger than 5MB.
The story image will be the image that is shared on social media, so this image should illustrate the story behind your support area just as your cover photo does.
f) Story: Use this section to illustrate the history of your group, goals you’re trying to reach, or current program offerings to give donors more information and encourage them to donate to your organization's support area.
g) Thank You Message: Use this part of the profile to thank your donors for giving to this specific support area.

Step 6: Add Donation Levels

Adding donation levels is a great way to help donors visualize the impact of their gift within your organization. We recommend creating 3-5 donation levels. To add donation levels, navigate to the "Donation Levels" tab, then click on the blue "Add Donation Level" button. 

Once you've clicked that button, you can customize customize each donation level's dollar amount, description, and image.

Step 7: Add Peer to Peer Fundraisers

Peer to Peer Fundraisers are individual supporters that have their own personal fundraising pages for your support area. To add and manage your fundraisers, click the "Fundraisers" tab. 

In this section, you can add fundraisers, enable fundraisers to sign themselves up, and customize the default story and dollar goal that appears on each fundraiser's profile.

Step 8: Create Matches and Challenges

Similar to your Amplify Austin Day profile, you can also create matches and challenges specifically for your support areas. To add a match or challenge, click the "Matching" tab, then select the "Add Match Commitment" button if you'd like to add a match, or the "Add Challenge" button if you'd like to add a challenge.

To learn more about creating matches, check out this support article. To learn more about creating challenges, check out this support article.

Step 9: Review your Support Area

Once you have finished customizing your support area, click the "Support Areas" button in the top navigation bar.

To preview a support area, click the "View" button. To continue customizing a support area, click the "Edit" button. To remove a support area permanently, click the "Delete" button.

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