Raiser's Edge NXT releases features and enhancements on a regular basis, so keep an eye on this space each week for details about the latest. Enjoy!
To help you more quickly access information, and to support upcoming changes in Gift Management, we updated gift records to enhance performance. As a result, any custom display settings you saved for gift records — such as moved or collapsed sections — were removed and set back to the default. To reset them, simply arrange the information again. Records remember the changes, so you only need to reset your preferences once. For more information, see Records.
To provide increased security and reduce the amount you spend on annual PCI audits, you can now enable point-to-point encryption (P2PE) for credit card payments.
Raiser’s Edge NXT partners with Bluefin® Payment Systems to offer a PCI-validated point-to-point encryption (P2PE) solution for organizations who process payments with Blackbaud Merchant Services. The solution encrypts cardholder data at the point of interaction in a PCI-approved ID Tech SREDKey P2PE device and decrypts data off-site in an approved hardware security module. After you enable point-to-point encryption from Settings, Gift Management, you must swipe or key in card details through a Bluefin P2PE device each time you add a credit card payment.
For more information, see Point-to-Point Encryption.
To better track organizations that register for your events, you can now configure your online registration forms to allow registrants to enter an address on behalf of their organization. To help prevent duplicate organizations, the form uses both the organization's name and address to search for a match on existing constituents. It either updates the existing constituent record or creates a new constituent record for the organization.
From an event record, under Online registration forms, edit an existing form or create a new one. Under Get Started, select Allow organizations to register. Under Form, Form Designer from Registration Options, drag Organization Address to the form. For more information, see Registration options.
Did you inadvertently copy an existing registration form or create a test form you want to remove? Now you can delete an online registration form from an event record, under Online registration forms, select Delete from the form’s menu to remove it from the list. For more information, see Online Registration Forms.
Note: You can't delete a registration form that contains any processed transactions, including either registration payments or additional donations.
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