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TntConnect makes use of color for both contacts and history to help you quickly identify relevant information.

Tip: Color Coding

TntConnect makes use of color and strikethrough to help you make sense of your contacts. There are three places in TntConnect where color is used to help you:

Summary Data

Contact List

History (both History Tab and History View)

Colored Dots

Color

Example

Who?

Light Blue

Financial partners: Pledge box unchecked and no gifts ever received.

Green

Financial partners: Current on pledge.

Yellow

Financial partners: Behind on pledge (30-60 days)

Red

Financial partners: Behind on pledge (61 days or more)

Gray

Only contacts whose TNT Phase is not PARTNER-Financial

No gifts in the last 12 months.

Dark Purple

Only contacts whose TNT Phase is not PARTNER-Financial

Gave a gift in the last 6 months.

Light Purple

Only contacts whose TNT Phase is not PARTNER-Financial

Gave a gift 6-12 months ago.

Name & Address Bar

Current Group

Contacts are color coded (see table below); the giving status dot and newsletter icon also appear when appropriate. Color coding can be disabled by right-clicking in the list of contacts.

Green

PARTNER-Financial.

Black

Any contact whose phase is between n/a and PARTNER-Pray (except PARTNER-Financial).

Gray

Any contact whose TNT Phase is Not Interested or Never Ask.

Strikethrough

Any contact whose TNT Phase is Not Interested (can be enabled/disabled in Tools | Options | User Interface tab).

History Colors

TntConnect uses color in the History to help you identify "relationally significant" activities. The basic premise is that appointments, phone calls, and thank yous have a higher personal relationship aspect than e-mails, newsletters, and to do tasks. And in all cases, completed tasks are more valuable than attempts.

Note: The strikethrough on Attempts can be disabled in Tools | Options | User Interface tab.




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