No apology offered, merely clarification. And I still don't understand why you think I'm being personal. The final paragraph was clearly based only on the supposition in the second.
My band has a concert secretary and a contest secretary. Much easier with two people rather than one.That would be nice, but the jobs I'm talking about are all currently part of the secretary's role description, and it's an uphill battle getting other committee/band members to take on much at all. I'd rather get our info up to date, and systems in place, so if/when I hand it over it's far less daunting for the person taking the task on. If it looks too hard, they won't do it.
I like Muzodo too but can quite see why someone wouldn't. Should the facility ever be used to exert undue pressure on me or restrict my flexibility to respond to changes in personal circumstances then I'd dislike it too - I appreciate that running a band is tough at times but a bit of flexibility can be a good thing.Horses for courses, we like Muzodo and find the considerable benefits outweigh any disadvantages. So there we are.
So roughly £15 a month. £180 a year just to know who can or cannot attend a rehearsal or event. Personally I don't see that as money well spent.I've just read that Muzodo pricing is changing. After a free 30 day trial, it will be £5 per month per every 10 members. I wonder if this will change its popularity.
I'm always careful about what I read about on 1st AprilI've just read that Muzodo pricing is changing. After a free 30 day trial, it will be £5 per month per every 10 members. I wonder if this will change its popularity.
I couldn't find anything to corroborate this and so emailed Chris, the chap who is reponsible for it. His reply was immediate, within a few minutes, that they have no plans whatsoever to increase their prices and that any future price increases would be incremental and reasonable. So all this hysteria about £180 pa is completely without foundation. It remains free or $50 pa.