The workshop schedule—complete with class descriptions and presenter profiles—is now available!
View the workshop schedule, and, if you’ve already registered for conference, begin selecting your classes!
Steps for Creating Your Workshop Schedule
- Register for the 2014 ParishSOFT Users’ Conference
- Look for an email from ParishSOFT containing your username and password to log in to the workshop schedule page. Note: If you do not receive this email with in 1-2 days of registering, please let our team know.
- Log in to the workshop schedule page using the login information you received.
- Browse the workshop schedule:
- You can view the workshops by time slot or by topic. (You’ll see the color coded topics / workshop tracks either in the right sidebar or at the bottom of the webpage.)
- You can also search for classes by keyword or presenter. (The search field is either in the right sidebar or at the bottom of the webpage.)
- To read a workshop’s description, click on the workshop title. (Also check to see if it’s geared toward diocesan staff, parish staff, clergy, or all.)
- Add workshops to your schedule by clicking the circle outlined to the left of the class title. (Once selected, you’ll see a black circle with a white check mark.)
- Review your schedule by hovering your mouse over your avatar (either your initials or a picture you’ve uploaded) and then clicking “My Sched” in the drop down menu that appears.
- Pay for any Hands-on Training classes that you've selected. You can pay for them here or click on the button on the class description. (HOT classes are $35 each.)
- To remove a workshop from your schedule, click on the check mark to the left of the workshop title (the check mark should disappear, and you’ll be able to select a different workshop for that time slot.)
- If you’d like to print a copy of your schedule, click the printer icon (located either in the right sidebar or at the bottom of the webpage). The print view will open in a new tab—make sure that the “My Schedule tab” at the top of the webpage is selected before you print.