Follow these steps to connect the Tithe.ly ChMS Elvanto integration to your Tithe.ly Giving account.
Please note: You must have at least one chart of accounts listed in your Elvanto account in order to set up up the integration. Click here to learn how to add Chart of Accounts to your Elvanto account.
Log in to your Tithe.ly Giving Admin account.
Select "Integrations" in the left-hand menu under the "Giving" heading.
Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click "Your Apps" under "New Integrations"
3. Click "Install" or "Configure" on the Tithe.ly ChMS Elvanto integration from the New App Integrations page.
4. If you are installing the Elvanto Integration for the first time it will prompt you to follow a setup wizard which will guide you through the process. Click "Help Me Get Connected" to begin.
First, it will help you connect the integration to Elvanto by entering your API Key.
If you were using the previous version of the integration, the key should already be present.
If this is your first time setting up an integration to Elvanto, or the key isn't present, you'll need to retrieve the value by logging into your Elvanto account (details below).
Not sure what your Elvanto API key is?
Log in to your Elvanto account and go to Settings > API. Click 'Show' to see the API Key. Copy and paste the value into the form.
If the key is not correct, you'll see a red warning icon.
If the key is correct, you'll see a green icon.
Once you've entered the key correctly click 'Next' to continue to step 2.
Now that the integration can connect to Elvanto, it's time to configure settings for each campus you wish to sync.
If you have more than one campus, you can configure and enable just the campuses that you'd like to sync.
Click 'Next' to configure the settings for the campus.
Refer to the article on Campus Settings for more information on each setting.
After you've finished configuring your campus(s) click 'Finish'
You'll see a notice that your first sync should show up soon, and a reminder to be sure you've configured your fund mappings.