VSys One: Volunteer Management Software

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Photo Resize Tool

Large photos can take up a lot of disk space, slow VSys down and make for very large backups. This happens most frequently if volunteer photos are scanned at very high resolution, or they are brought in from a digital camera without first being reduced to a reasonable size. Use the Photo resize tool to reduce large photos to a more reasonable size while leaving others unchanged.

Steps in this task

  1. Open the Photo resize tool from the Administrator tools panel under Bulk update/create.
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  2. Select a maximum image size. Any image which is larger in either or both dimensions (horizontal or vertical) than the values entered here will be reduced in size. The default value is 600 x 800, which is our recommendation.
  3. You can check and fix images for individuals in specific Groups or People types, by applying the filters.
  4. Click the Run button.
    The resizing process may take some time.

When complete, VSys gives you an on-screen report showing the names of the people whose images it needed to update. You should probably print this out (or save as a PDF) for your reference.

See Also


Apply Certification Automatic Creation Rules

Attachments Analyzer

Automatically Create Eligibility/Intake Checklists

Data Backup

Bulk Value Updater

Check for Duplicated IDs

Check for Zip/Postal Code Updates

Concurrent Users Monitor

Create and Manage Data Encryption Keys

Database Merge Tool

Enter VSys One Registration Codes

Find Duplicate Assignments

Find Duplicate E-mail Addresses

Find Overlapping Volunteer Hours

Fix Recurring Assignment Detail Gaps

Index Update Tool

Letters Purge Tool

License Information

Make a Local Backup of VSys One in Another Folder

Purge Old Trace Records

Recalculate the Bonus Hours for Volunteer Hours

Recalculate the Value of Volunteer Hours

Restore From a Backup

Special Table Tools

SQL Commands to Database

Table Permissions Diagnostics

Trace Analyzer