Oh I see – well, yes, at the moment I’m throwing things together directly in the WYSIWYG editor in TroopTrack, saving often (not because of any instability of my browser, computer or Trooptrack itself… just because it’s good practice JUST IN CASE).
Our Pack is in some disarray, picking up from an exodus of leadership and so as I find us asking/answering questions at our meetings I take notes and throw together these sheets.
Other examples - Activity ideas, to aid den and pack leaders in brain-storming the kinds of events the pack should be doing, adding details when possible to coordinate these events with scouting award requirements. Planning Sheets - so the Annual Plan list now links out to details for each event. So far I’ve put up a page for detailed planning of the pinewood derby, September recruitment… and there will be one for the Blue & Gold dinner, etc. etc. You get the drift.
Now, something you just reminded me of is a request I’m going to put in the Ideas forum shortly - as I put together more and more pages, I wish I could have a consistent look and feel - right now it’s completely on me to do that, so I do have to do a fair bit of side-by-side review between pages - thankful that I have 2 monitors. I’m going to ask for the ability to create templates to include the following:
- header (banner? text? stat-counter?)
- footer (banner? text? stat-counter? “Last-edited”?)
So that the next time I create a page, I can select the “Event Planning Detail Template” and it will create the page using the header and footer I already defined. AND I’ll be able to include a “Last Updated” datestamp – don’t you hate when you look at a page and you can’t easily tell if it’s 1 day old or 1 year old?
Thanks for the questions!