Online tools can make your dance planning experience a whole lot easier. From graphic design to ticketing systems, here are five tools to help plan your dance:
Canva is an easy-to-use online graphics design tool which is perfect for dance planners. This can be used to create fliers, logos, banners, etc. which can give your dance a well-designed brand. Their paid options also allow for some basic social media
Price: FREE (Paid plans available)
Mailchimp is a way that you can keep your dance-goers informed using well designed emails. Campaigns can be easily scheduled and sent to large groups.An organizing body such as a student council can also use MailChimp to promote future dances and events using an easy to use email builder.
Price: FREE (Paid options available)
Google Forms can be used for a lot of different uses for your dance. Do you need a survey for the theme, royalty voting, or food ideas? Google Forms is a free, easy way that integrates easily with our next tool.
Google Sheets is a free spreadsheet tool that a dance planner can use to keep track of money, attendees, survey results, and more. Google’s spreadsheet tool integrates well with other software from Google such as Google Drive.
My School Dance
My School Dance is our tool that brings the best of many tools into one easy-to-use and no upfront cost option. It can handle many features needed to plan a successful dance:
- Ticket Sales
- QR Code check-in
- Parental check-in/out text notifications
- Table Assignements
- Royalty Voting
- and More!
Price: No Upfront Cost (Ticket Sales Include Fees)
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