Removal of Table of Services from Brand Partner Websites

As things begin to stabilise and Partners hopefully no longer need to regularly suspend and reactivate services at short notice, the Partner Content Team recommend removing last year’s Table of Services from your websites.

At the start of the pandemic, Age UK’s Partner Content Team helped set up a table of services that Partners could use on your websites to show the public which of your services were closed, operating differently, or continuing during lockdown. As things begin to stabilise and you hopefully no longer need to regularly suspend and reactivate services at short notice, we are no longer recording this information in this way. As a result, the table of services is no longer up-to-date, and we recommend removing it and returning to updating this information on your website as regular content in the CMS.

Moving forward, the Brand Partner Portal will provide a much more refined way to supply us with your services and activity information which will help to display it nicely on your websites while replacing your Services, Activities & Events and Shops pages.

The Portal will be a place where you have more control of your data via a secure database. It will hold information on your organisation, your local Services, Activities & events, and Shops which will then be searchable on your own local website and in the Age UK national website local directory.

Any changes that you make on the portal will be automatically applied to both your local website and the national website. The Age UK Advice Line will also be able to access it to provide accurate advice to older people when they call.

If you are interested in getting going with the Portal sooner rather than later, the Portal Access team Portalaccess@ageuk.org.uk can move you to an earlier group in the rollout. Let us know! For more information on the rollout, please see this post which contains recordings of three recent webinars on the Brand Partner Portal.

For any other queries regarding the above, please email Partner.Content@ageuk.org.uk as we look to support you updating this moving forward. 

Author: ageukcomms

Age UK

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