Support » Plugin: Volunteer Sign Up Sheets » Seeking demo of Eldercare Volunteer signup

  • Resolved ingenuity

    (@ingenuity)


    On Sept 17th, as part of a talk on providing or receiving community service for people at end-of-life.

    I want to be able to demonstrate an online form that enables caregivers for the elderly to match volunteers with beneficiaries of services such as meal preparation, laundry service, housecleaning, personal care, driving, companionship, going to medical appointments, etc. I have watched the demo on Fetch Design’s website and would like to see a real-world application where this is being put to use in a community. Any suggestions, please?

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author DBAR Productions

    (@dbar-productions)

    Sorry, but I’m confused as to what you are asking. This doesn’t seem like a support request.

    I have no idea who Fetch Design is and am not aware of any demos of my plugin on their site, or any other.

    This plugin is Free. If you have a WordPress site, simply install the plugin and then you can test it out and demo it for yourself. The plugin only works with WordPress.

    If you need help with how to use this plugin, the documentation can be found here:
    https://stephensherrardplugins.com/docs/pta-volunteer-sign-up-sheets-documentation/

    If you are in need of help in creating some kind of custom demo to use for your presentation, you can contact me privately through my site (the site where the documentation is), and we can discuss. I’m available for hire for custom projects.

    Thread Starter ingenuity

    (@ingenuity)

    Forgive me. I confused your plugin with another similar one that had a demo at fetchdesigns. I was asking if there was a demo I could see of how your plugin for WordPress volunteeer sheets was being used a real-world application. And I described what I wanted to create without reinventing something that already exists.

    Plugin Author DBAR Productions

    (@dbar-productions)

    No problems. Just wasn’t sure what you were wanting.

    I suggest you install it and give it a try for yourself. According to WordPress.org, there are over 2000 active installs, but I have no way of knowing what sites they are installed on unless someone buys one of my paid extensions and registers on their site, or if someone gives me a link to their site with a support question.

    I know there are a lot of church organizations that use this, as well as many other volunteer and non-profits, but I really can’t give you any examples without looking through old emails or sites that have been licensed for my extensions.

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