We’re constantly making Kindful better. Get a sneak peak at the upcoming features we’re working on and the recent updates.
The latest QuickBooks integration enhancement will make it easier for Kindful users to see the sync status of their integration.
Soon, Kindful will offer even more support for organizations collecting donations outside of the United States.
The new automatic contact merge feature will make it easier for organizations to find and eliminate duplicate contacts.
We launched updates to the Kindful branding and payment processing functionality. You’ll now see our updated logo in the app and “Kindful Payments” has been renamed to “Bloomerang Payments.”
With this project we’ve also:
Made a Bloomerang Payments “marketing” language update
Updated the statement descriptor for Kindful Payments transactions
Updated the Kindful Payments terms and conditions to our Bloomerang Payments name change
Removed the Kindful Payments logo
Updated the batch deposit report with a smaller logo
Updated the customer sign up flow logo
Updated the Kindful top navigation logo to our new logo
Completed a bug fix for our Payment Migration tool that did not handle the Stripe Payment Method data type
Removed postal code requirement from the Stripe iFrame in cases when we already collect it
Completed a bug fix so that recurring transactions cannot be marked anonymous on crowdfunding
Removed the QuickBooks Online functionality which flipped sync to import only on certain errors
Updated QuickBooks Online classes so they’re not pulled in as campaigns, and created a missing QBD Integrations Payment Method
Added authorization text to donation checkout pages, donation plugin, and event pages
Resolved image cropping feature on donation page
Resolved issues with Classy address and name data
PayPal online transaction now automatically mapping for QuickBooks Online
Corrected issue where updates from opted-out contacts were pushed to Mailchimp
Resolved PayPal transaction duplication when the same IPN is sent more than once
Contact bulk archive now correctly attributes to admin user who initiated it
Resolved Zapier integration throwing out error that’s hard to parse for user
Successful transactions no longer showing as declined due to Stripe API lock
$0 non-tax deductible amount no longer interrupting CRA tax summaries
Classy integration will now take in consideration missing supporter, member, and billing names
Zapier integration will now handle long decimals in transaction amounts
Imports will no longer be stalled if contact id is left blank
While one of the most robust areas of Kindful’s platform, reporting and filtering is also a place customers rely on to get accurate, up-to-date information to inform their fundraising efforts.
Kindful’s tax summary updates included an improved layout and workflow, email and mailing functionality for customers in the U.S., Canada, and Australia, full support for Australia’s tax year, and more customization options for tax summary emails.
The tax summary tool now offers full compliant email and mailing functionality for customers in Canada and Australia. Canadian customers can email year-end tax summaries on-demand. The tax summary feature now supports the Australian tax year.
The Kindful BCC feature allows users to automatically import emails to contact records. This will allow Kindful users to keep track of all personal emails to their supporters, providing more thorough communication history and better relationship management. Learn more about Kindful BCC
Recurring giving options are now more visible for donors on donation forms, making it easy to convert one-time givers to recurring givers. Read more about Kindful’s donation page updates
With new customization options, Kindful users can change the color and page titles of their donation pages to align with their organization’s branding and messaging. Read more about Kindful’s donation page updates
Kindful users can preselect the option for donors to cover transaction processing fees. Read more about Kindful’s donation page updates
Kindful Payments now allows donors to use Apple Pay, Google Pay, or Microsoft Pay to make their donations. This provides donors with more options for secure and easy giving. Read more about Kindful’s express payment options
Using Kindful Payments or Authorize.net, you can now give donors the ability to donation using ACH. Learn more about using ACH with Kindful
Users can now hide event registration pages, delete an event, and remove older past events with Kindful’s event registration feature. Here’s how to archive an event
With Kindful’s event registration tool, you can hide or unhide ticket types to accommodate for errors or offer special ticket types for time-limited or quantity-limited tickets. Here’s how to hide and unhide tickets
If a Kindful user refunds a transaction outside of Kindful, they can now mark the transaction as refunded without sending money back to the donor.
New QuickBooks filters for contacts and transactions make it easier to understand the source of data. This also makes it easier to delete QuickBooks data that may have been incorrectly imported.
Kindful’s smart merge tool makes it easy to find and merge duplicate funds and designations, especially in bulk. This will make it easy to consolidate data from multiple integrations and data sources.