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Viewing, searching, and editing Supporter data in Soapbox

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How you view a list of all Supporters in Soapbox is determined by the version of the Soapbox administrator your site has.

I have the Soapbox Engage Administrator with... I have the Soapbox CMS Administrator with...
  • Main menu with no drop down options
  • Petitions link in the main menu
  • Petitions Pages module in the left column of the home page
  • Soapbox Engage User Account module at the top of the right column of the home page

  • Main menu with many drop down options
  • Menu link in the main menu
  • Icons for managing content in the left column of the home page
  • Getting Help with Your Soapbox Site module at the top of the right column of the home page

For Soapbox sites using the Soapbox Engage administrator:

To view all Supporters in Soapbox, click Petitions in the main menu and then click the Supporters tab in the Soapbox Petitions Control Panel.

For Soapbox sites using the Soapbox CMS administrator:

To view all Supporters in Soapbox, go to Components > Petitions > Supporters in the main menu.

Searching the Supporters list in Soapbox

Once on the Supporters tab, you can search for a particular Supporter by entering text into the Filter field and clicking Go. This will find for matching results in the First Name, Last Name, Email, City, and State columns. To clear your filter, click Reset.

You may also sort the list of results by clicking any hyperlinked column heading: First Name, Last Name, Email, City, State, Created Date, or Id.

Editing Supporter data in Soapbox

To edit Supporter data, click on the Supporter first name. In the edit view, alter the information you wish to update and click Save.

It is important to note that this change will only be effective in Soapbox in the administrator and the front end. This change will not alter data initially saved to Salesforce. You also cannot edit which petition a supporter signed.

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