What’s new with the Nonprofit Success Pack (NPSP)? February Updates
Here’s your monthly update with the latest and greatest info on the Nonprofit Success Pack (NPSP)! Keep reading to learn how you can be a Connected Nonprofit and use Salesforce for nonprofits more effectively. To keep you in the loop about the great new updates coming out in NPSP, we’re providing a monthly roundup, so you can get the latest and greatest information to help you be successful.
Batch Data Import Dry Run
The NPSP Data Importer now supports a dry run mode so to see if there are matching Contacts, Accounts, and Donations before you process records into Salesforce.
After you perform a dry run, Data Import records have either a status of Dry Run-Validated or Dry Run-Error. You can use the list views with these names to see the results for all records that were part of the dry run. This feature is helpful for identifying potential issues you can fix before processing an import.
For more information, see the Administrator’s Guide to Importing Donor Data.
We want to give a special shout-out and thanks to John Fine of the Hood River County School District Foundation for suggesting this feature, providing a wonderful specification, and consulting on the implementation! This feature met a large community need, so we’re excited to have the feature live.
Updates to the Dutch Translations
Updates to the Dutch translations were made last month. A special thanks to Ruben Schuring (Cloud for Good Netherlands), Lianne Aurik (Cloud for Good Netherlands) and Alex Wijnands (Cloud for Good Netherlands) for their contributions, and to Frank Glim and Henny Bakel (KWF Kankerbestrijding – Dutch Cancer Society) of KWF Kankerbestrijding for their input.
Register for the Next Open Source Community Sprints of 2018
If you want to have a voice in improving the entire open source ecosystem of products for nonprofits, including NPSP, come to a Community Sprint! For 2018 we’re thrilled to invite everyone who actively uses and cares about our open source projects to join us for two days of collaboration and community.
Mark your calendars for our other Community Sprint events this year:
- July 31 & August 1: Denver, Colorado
- October 24 & 25: Portland, Oregon
Check out #SFDOSprint on Twitter for the highlights from our Orlando Sprint.
Read about what makes a Salesforce.org Community Sprint different than a conference. Check out more on community-driven innovation with the Nonprofit Success pack.
These are just some of the recent release highlights and announcements. If you want to get all the details, join the NPSP Release Announcements group in the Power of Us Hub for just one post per week of helpful tips! This will help you be the first to know about our new features, fixes and updates that we do every two weeks.
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