What is the difference between Active and Inactive opportunities?
Active opportunities are published and available for volunteers to engage with. For example, viewing and reserving spots to shifts. claiming hours, participating in the opportunity chatroom, etc.
An opportunity can be active but private. The visibility is separate from the overall status.
Inactive opportunities are removed from the Opportunity Board (if public) and volunteers can no longer apply to the opportunity or book shifts.
By deactivating an opportunity, you will immediately cancel all upcoming shifts and bookings, and close the application portal.
What is the difference between Public and Private opportunities?
Public: The opportunity will be published to the Opportunity Board and viewable on the organization's profile for anyone to see. Volunteers do not need to be Vome Users to view the opportunity details, but must register a profile to submit an ...
Master the Vome fundamentals: The relationship between Categories, Opportunities, Locations & Shifts
We know it can be challenging to start using a new platform. To start, you should become familiar with the platform's lingo and hierarchical breakdown to map out how to best structure your portal when you go through the process of creating new ...
I’m an active volunteer at an organization but don’t have any approved opportunities on Vome. What do I do?
If you've been volunteering at an organization that started using Vome to manage their program, we're here to help you onboard! The first step is to become approved for an opportunity. Being approved for an opportunity allows you to book shifts that ...
What are pinned opportunities on my dashboard?
Pinned opportunities are used to gain quick oversight regarding the opportunities that are relevant to an individual admin profile. Each admin can pin their own opportunities. It is recommended for an admin to pin opportunities to their dashboard for ...
How do Opportunities work on Vome?
If you're managing a one-time event, read this article: How do I set up my portal to organize event-based volunteering? Opportunities are generally used to describe a job, position, role, activity, task, assignment, etc. (See Example 1 below). ...