Separate thank-you messages for ticket purchases, donations, free registration.
Give admins the option to add a separate thank-you message depending on whether a ticket or donation is included in the purchase.
Letter of Acknowledgement
Include more contact fields to help set up traditional Letters of Acknowledgement such as Title, Spouse Name, Formal Name vs. Informal Name, etc. Then users of Give Butter could export more details for a mail merge when sending out mass mailings or for letters of acknowledgement
Additional Formatting Options
The ability to center or right justify text and images. Also, the ability to create columns within the email.
Add more merge fields to Engage
Currently, only First Name and Last Name are available as merge fields when sending Engage messages. This feature would expose additional merge fields, like Last Donation Amount, Total Contribution Amount, Address, etc. Ideally, relational & Custom Field data would also be available.
Enhance Engage email image format in Outlook
Engage email images look completely wrong on Outlook desktop. Investigate the max-width, and height properties currently being applied to images.
Create and Send E-cards
When donors make a gift in honor or memory of a person, Givebutter could automatically create an ecard and send to their honoree.
Thank repeat donors differently
When a donor donates to the same campaign more than once, a different email confirmation should be sent to both the donor and admin (i.e. Thank you for your additional gift and John Doe supported your campaign again)
Element for Mailing List Sign-up without Donation
An embeddable element that allows interested parties to join a mailing list / add themselves as a contact record for future Engage messaging without needing to donate.
Enhance Engage Email Appearance in Mobile Apps
Currently, the Engage Emails in mobile email apps only show a few words per line because of the white space on either side of the email. It would be great to enhance the email appearance for mobile devices so it shows more words per line.