Until now, the ShalomCloud shopping cart contained strictly fixed-price items. Shabbat dinners, Lulav and Etrog sets, classes (whether free or not) are some examples.
However, sometimes you’ll have a set of prices for an event, perhaps with various sponsorship levels. Aha, but if anyone wanted to register for the event, but remit something above, or between, the fixed sponsorship levels, you couldn’t do that with the shopping cart. Instead, you’d have to use the donation button.
With this announcement, you can designate shopping cart items that have a “fill-in-the-blank” price.
By the way, your existing shopping cart items are unaffected. By default, they are fixed-price.
This video shows this new capability, both from the back-office perspective, as well as from the “shopper’s” perspective.