Support & Community
Now more than ever, it is imperative to ignite action and fuel change through a strong base of online support. With Salsa, you can easily organize supporters and chapters, fundraise, advocate, communicate through email and social media, host events and measure results – all in one place. Because you need more than technology, we offer strategic best practices, training, highly-rated support and a strong online community, so you can devote more energy to your mission.
Do More with Salsa (with a Little Help from Your Peers)
To make the most of your Salsa experience, turn to our team and your peers for support. Get to know all the people and resources available by reading below. First thing's first: Support. The easiest way to get support from the Salsa client services team is to submit a ticket through Salsa Commons. Just look for the link! Alternatively, feel free to use the search box or browse the forum topics. We publish new how-to articles, tips and tricks or release information nearly every day. Finally, you can always call us at 866-796-8350. If you call or email, please make sure to have your organization and page key numbers handy; it will make everything go much quicker.
The Salsa community is made up of more than just Salsa users. We have over 200 partners who help clients accomplish their goals, helping with everything from development and design to communications and marketing, consulting and strategy, international and even mobile.
As we mentioned above, Salsa Commons is a great place to get support- both from the team here at Salsa as well as your peers. In our online community, you'll be able to find things like release notes (updates we post about any new code in Salsa), user-specific blogs (articles written just for Salsa users) and even feature requests (a place where you can submit your ideas or comments).
Check out the resources available in the Developer Corner of Salsa Commons to help you build special applications and integrations to plug into Salsa or to satisfy your über-technical side and leverage the power of a fully-functional Salsa (Like the Star Wars reference, there? We thought you might.)