Overview:

An entry in the Activity Dashboard is created any time data is sent by the integration to Elvanto. You can access your Activity Dashboard with the Activity Dashboard link in the top navigation.

There are various things that can happen when trying to send data:

  1. Found one or multiple Tithe.ly deposits or transactions and sent successfully to Elvanto. Details are available for viewing

  2. Found zero Tithe.ly deposits since the last successful run. A "No event was found" notice is displayed. By default, these empty entries are hidden

  3. Authentication error - your Elvanto API key needs to be re-entered.

  4. An error occurred. The Integrations Team receives a notice about all errors from the integration. If your configuration settings appear to be correct and the error has not resolved in a few days, please contact us at support@tithe.ly.


Filtering:

Activity Dashboard entries will grow each day. We provide a way to find specific deposits by searching either for the net amount of the deposit or the name of the location. The same field is used for both searches.

Location Name Search

  1. Enter the name of a location in the search field.

  2. Hit Enter on your keyboard.

  3. Data associated with locations that contain the entered text will be shown.

  4. To reset the view, clear the search text and hit Enter again or click the Activity Dashboard link in the top navigation.

Gross Amount Search

  1. Enter an amount in the search field.

  2. Hit Enter on your keyboard.

  3. Data matching that gross amount will be shown.

  4. To reset the view, clear the search text and hit Enter again or click the Activity Dashboard link in the top navigation.

Viewing Transactions and Details:

When viewing activity related to deposits in the Activity Dashboard, you can view specific details about the transaction and deposit data sent to Elvanto

To view details, follow these steps

  1. Click the Activity Dashboard link at the top navigation.

2. If you want to look up information by bank deposits click 'See all deposits'

3. If you want to look up information by individual transaction click 'See all transactions'

All transactions belong to a bank deposit, and all bank deposits contain a set of transactions.

From either view, you can click back and forth to see the parent deposit or the transaction list.

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