What's new about new Elements?

The latest update to Elements is packed with new and improved features.

What’s new in the updated version of Elements?

Dedicated Elements View — With the updated version of Elements, you now have a dedicated view for all of your Elements where you can preview any Element you’ve created, view its conversion metrics, and quickly make updates in real time.

Real Time Updates — With the updated version of Elements, you can now modify the behavior and appearance of any Element directly from your Fundraise Up dashboard without having to make changes to the Element’s code snippet on your website. Updates to Elements occur in real time and are immediately reflected on your website.

Element Metrics — With the updated version of Elements, you can now view conversion metrics for each Element including the number of website visitors who have viewed the Element, viewed a Checkout connected to the Element, and made a donation using the Element.

More Customization Options — With the updated version of Elements, you now have more customization options including enhanced Element behavior controls and expanded style settings to best match Elements to your website’s design.

Cloning Elements — With the updated version of Elements, you can save time in setup by cloning existing Elements in order to quickly make new ones.

Are there any new Elements?

Yes! At its launch, the updated version of Elements will include two new Elements, Impact Slider and Button Group, and more Elements will be released on an ongoing basis.

Impact Slider — Engage website visitors with an interactive slider that shows the impact of their support at different levels.

Button Group — Display a set of buttons that show customizable donation amounts that website visitors can click to launch a Checkout.

Do I have to pay for the new version of Elements?

No, the updated version of Elements is automatically available to all Fundraise Up customers at no cost.

Do I have to start using the new version of Elements right now? 

Not necessarily. If you’re an existing Fundraise Up customer, your current Elements will continue to work normally, but any new Elements you create will take advantage of the enhancements we’ve made in the updated version of Elements. New Fundraise Up customers will create Elements using only the updated version.

Do I need to replace the Fundraise Up installation script on my website to use the new version of Elements?

No, the Fundraise Up installation script does not need to be replaced to use the updated version of Elements.

Are Elements still a part of Campaigns?

No, Elements are now separate from Campaigns to give you greater flexibility with how you use Elements on your website. All Elements are listed in the new Elements view where you can view and update existing Elements or create new ones. Any Element can be connected to one or more Campaigns, and you can dynamically change the Campaigns connected to an Element as needed.

Why don’t I see the Elements tab in my Campaign?

The updated version of Elements now includes a dedicated Elements view where you can update existing Elements or create new ones. Any Element can be connected to one or more Campaigns, and you can dynamically change the Campaigns connected to an Element as needed.

What happens when you archive an Element?

With the updated version of Elements, you can archive any Element to hide it on your website. You can unarchive an archived Element at any time to show it again on your website.

What if I need help swapping an Element on my website with the updated version?

Your Nonprofit Success Engineer is available to help you swap your existing Elements for the updated versions. Email support@fundraiseup.com to be connected with your Nonprofit Success Engineer.

What if I have a question that isn’t answered here?

You may reach out to your Nonprofit Success Engineer at any time for assistance. If you’re not sure who your Nonprofit Success Engineer is, email support@fundraiseup.com to be connected with them. You can also visit the Help Center to view articles on installing and using Elements on your website.