Localist Managed Updates - Events
Managed Updates - Events will ensure that the branding on the Events page stays consistent with the rest of the customer's website, providing a cohesive experience for visitors. If the customer makes updates to their main website, Concept3D will address any discrepancies that may arise on the Events page and make necessary updates to ensure consistency.
Updates may include CSS conflicts/ updates, header/footer updates and other branding updates
- Branding updates: Concept3D will update colors, fonts and other details to make sure your Events page stays on brand!
- Customers will be granted access to a growing list of Widget templates
- 12 updates per-year are included in the Managed Updates subscription
- Updates occur on a 30 day cycle
- Turn around time for updates can take up to two weeks. Once the updates are submitted we will give a defined delivery date
- All purchases of the Managed Updates are sold on annual terms (or multi-year)
Concept3D will provide guidance to the customer on how to make updates to areas of the website that are not related to branding and provide the knowledge and tools necessary to effectively manage their online presence.
What's Not Included
Managed Updates is all about staying current. If there are any changes to the header or footer of a client's website, Managed Updates ensures that those changes are carried over. If there are any issues with existing CSS, Managed Updates will fix it.
However, it's important to note that Managed Updates does not create new features outside of the Localist platform. For example, we will not make significant code changes, as those changes would require ongoing maintenance.
Examples that are not included in Managed Updates Events:
- Moving the date above the title on the event cards
- Moving the Submit an Event button to the drawer
- Including the event description on the event cards
- Adding a “Featured Event” flair to corresponding event cards
- Changing the size or orientation of photos, Event Cards,
- Changing the way dates/times display.
- Moving the Mini Calendar outside of the Filter drop down to be displayed directly on the page or within its own drop down.
- Including the User Menu in a hamburger menu, etc., within the customer’s header.
- Pulling the search bar out of the user menu.
- Adding a permission levels
- Changing feed import schedules or building an integration.
- Changing event feed import times
- Converting the Filter drop downs on the submission form to use checkboxes.
Contact your Client Success Manager today for more information about Managed Updates!
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