More screenshots of Blackbaud NetCommunity, courtesy of Blackbaud’s Melanie Milonas:
You can manage all the site captions here. For instance, instead of naming users of your social network friends, you can name them Fellows or Advocates or whatever your nonprofit needs them to be named. I prefer to call them “Great Old Ones of Cthulhu”. Your mileage may vary.
This is a user management page. I like the friendly URL idea. This means users can pick an easy URL to distribute to their friends instead of something horribly difficult to remember.
This shows basic statistics of your social network. My guess is that this is the piece most likely to be made more robust over time as it gives you aggregate statistics that can be further borken down into detail reports. I can imagine all sorts of charts and graphcs here.
Typical user admin screen for the admin to lock/unlock/reset passwords.
Same as Admin-Accounts but for groups.
This is the interface that users use to manage their group interactions. It seems more like an e-mail list more than a group but I’m sure this will be built out too.
This is how a group manager administers the group. Fairly similar to the way Facebook manages groups.
This seems to be the admin screen for superusers on the network. Ten bucks to the first person who is a “user networking manager” that uses LordBritish as a username.