We’re proud of the updates we implemented last year to Visitapp.org. Not only did we improve the platform’s user experience, making for intuitive navigation, but also we built functionality designed to make it easier for corporate partners to discover and track the success of their team’s social impact experiences.
Here, we interview several Visit.org team members to learn the game-changing product features that are making planning, executing, and reporting on corporate social responsibility (CSR) and diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) programs a breeze.
Single Sign-On (SSO) registration
"Enabling SSO (Single Sign-On) makes the process of registering and joining virtual events quick and seamless. SSO also helps increase attendance by simplifying the joining process and reducing drop-off at this stage.
This feature ensures we are meeting the technical preferences and security procedures of our corporate partners."
Collections enable experience discovery
"Collections allow our corporate partners to easily view groups of experiences by social impact area, observance, and category (such as disaster relief, food insecurity, International Women's Day, and more). Corporate partners can also build their own collections around specific CSR pillars and internal company holidays.
With Collections, corporate partners can discover new experiences, garner engagement from impact teams within their organization, and align social impact experiences with their corporate CSR and DEIB strategies."
A data-rich event dashboard
"The new event dashboard promotes employee participation, is easy to navigate, and allows quick access to important event information such as who’s registered, who attended, and how many folks canceled or couldn’t attend. All this information can be exported and we can even send a quick message to everyone who’s registered, or only to those who attended.
These features help our corporate partners better understand and track employee engagement at their Visit.org events."