Qlubb is very efficient for planning our troops meetings and other events. The information gets to our troop parents more quickly, even if they miss a meeting. It is both a cost and time saver because we do not have to photocopy info for events or manually track attendance or volunteers.
Burlingame, CA (PRWEB) October 31, 2008
Qlubb, Inc. has announced the release of a template to enable scout troops to more quickly and easily get organized online. A social collaboration solution for real-life groups, Qlubb provides easy-to-use and integrated group collaboration tools, such as online calendars, group e-mail, shared sign-up sheets, blurbs, message boards, photo sharing, file sharing and much more. Qlubb's new scout template automatically sets up a working and dedicated Qlubb for each troop, enabling troop leaders and parent volunteer to organize events, meetings, and tasks. Scout troops can be up and running in just a few minutes.
An active user of Qlubb, Kelli Perkins is a Girl Scout troop leader in Florida. She says, "Qlubb is very efficient for planning our troops meetings and other events. The information gets to our troop parents more quickly, even if they miss a meeting. It is both a cost and time saver because we do not have to photocopy info for events or manually track attendance or volunteers." With the new template for scout troops, scout troop leaders can modify scout troop settings however they wish. They can plan their troop-meeting schedule, delegate and assign meeting tasks, set up RSVP notices, manage parent volunteers and maintain troop roster information.
Another Girl Scout troop leader, Brianna Foulds of Cedar Park, Texas, says, "Qlubb has really been great from a planning perspective for my daughter's Brownie Girl Scout Troop. The ability to have troop events and tasks online has significantly reduced email and confusion. We no longer have to mediate and manage parent volunteers with back-and-forth emails. We can view task lists and volunteers in real-time, which is great! Qlubb has made managing my groups much easier."
CEO of Qlubb, Inc. Sophia Chiang, says, "As a former Girl Scout and a current parent of a new Daisy Girl Scout, I am thrilled to see so many girl and boy scout troops adopting Qlubb for their troop management needs. Qlubb benefits scout troops by providing tools to eliminate unnecessary emails and miscommunications that come with managing a group with just email. We give troops their own space to communicate, collaborate, and get stuff done."
Qlubb is free to use and is available at http://www.qlubb.com.
Qlubb is a Burlingame, CA based provider of Web solutions for real-life groups. Whether it is for a room parent group, scout troop, book club, playgroup, sports team, or hobby club, Qlubb helps people connect, share and get things done. Qlubb strengthens ties within the group, increasing participation, organization, and efficiency.
Qlubb is easy-to-use and takes just a few seconds to start a fully-functioning site that includes an integrated private collaboration site with group email, a shared calendar, signup sheets, automated reminders, photo sharing, public web page and much more. A secure-site, Qlubb does not require individual registration, just the member's email address and a password set by the Qlubb creator.
Qlubb is available for free at http://www.qlubb.com.