February 2016: The group walks and events manager toolkits have been updated. We have condensed the information, provided more screenshots and focused on the areas we get the most queries about.
The group walks and events manager is the Ramblers' online system for managing group walks.
Our online walks search is one of the most popular sections of the Ramblers website and we recommend all areas and groups use the system to manage and promote their walks.
For help, take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A quick start guide for editors to getting set up on the system, adding a walk and editing walk details.
A comprehensive manual for editors covering the key features of group walks and events manager, including printed programmes, contacts and adding bulk walks using the spreadsheet.
A quick start guide for contributors to getting set up on the system, adding a walk and editing walk details.
A comprehensive manual for contributors covering the key features of group walks and events manager, including printed programmes, contacts and adding bulk walks using the spreadsheet.
For further information and guidance please see the GDPR toolkit. This guidance is intended for all Ramblers volunteers - explaining what the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is, why it’s important, and what volunteers must do to comply with our legal obligations.
For Editors and Contributors: Covers some of the more advanced features of the system, including feeds, viewing reports and linking to a walk.
Use this excel template to upload multiple walks at the same time.
Role description for group online walk editors
Role description for online group walks contributors
Some frequently asked questions about using group walks and events manager.
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