As we get closer to the launch of Fleet, we're taking a deeper look at some of the features and how it all works. This week, we're covering how building webpages works.
Exciting news! Starting today, you can sign up to be one of the first people to get access to our new website tool (Fleet) and our new email tool (Targeted Email).
You can find out more about Fleet and Targeted Email on their respective pages.
Earlier this week, we announced pricing for Fleet and Targeted Email - and most party groups will end up paying around the same, or slightly less as they’re paying for Nationbuilder now.
Event better, if you sign up for both by the 31st July 2022, then you’ll get the first three months free and 20% off the cost of the total package for the next year.
We’re planning to let the first people migrate onto the new platform from the end of June (this date may change and isn’t final) and to make sure you’re at the head of the queue, there are a few things that you need to do. These are:
In addition, if you’re using Nationbuilder, you also need to:
The HQ & Prater Raines teams are going to do as much work as we can to make the migration process as painless as possible.
You’ll need to map your data for us and we’ll then import it into the right platforms for you.
If you’re a Prater Raines customer, some of your website content will be migrated automatically (news, in particular) but the remainder of the content will need to be manually moved over.
We’ll set you up with a template site that you can start populating with content on day 1 once you’ve been invited to start migrating.
We expect most groups to have to spend 6-8 hours total on the migration process, though larger groups or people with more complex sites may need to spend a lot longer on the process.
Once you’ve signed up and done the prep work, you just need to wait to be invited!
We’ll be inviting people to sign up for the online tools in priority order. Generally speaking, target seats and nationbuilder customers will be first in the line, with others coming behind them in priority.
We expect to be allowing about 25-30 sites a week to start setup, so we should work through everyone very quickly.