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If you tap the icon and campaign name on the top left corner of the any screen, you will arrive at the Campaign Manager screen. This is where you can switch between various campaigns you have been added to, join a campaign with an invite code, add new users to your current campaigns, or leave a campaign. But are you really sure you want to leave that campaign? And let your opponent win?
Joining A Campaign
If you have received an Invite Code to a particular campaign, you can tap the blue ‘+’ button to enter that invite code and join the campaign. Keep in mind that invite codes do expire and do run out of slots, so get on it! If you don’t have an invite code, ask someone who is already Reaching for that campaign to add you to it from their Campaign picker.
Switching Your Active Campaign
Tap the button to the left of any campaign on your list to switch to that campaign. Then tap the back button to get back to the search screen and start finding voters.
Adding Users To A Campaign
Any member of a campaign can add new users to that campaign. This is how we spread Reach to the farthest corners of our volunteer force as quickly as possible. After all, the more Reachers we have, the more IDs we collect. If you want to add someone to your campaign, just tap the “Add User” button and enter a phone number. If all has gone according to plan, you will see a message that they have been added. That person will receive a notification via SMS that they have been added to your campaign. They should login to Reach and check their Campaign Picker to see the campaign and select it.
Leaving A Campaign
If you do choose to leave a campaign, you will still have a Reach account, but you will need to be re-added to the campaign or to another campaign to continue having any fun.
If you are a member of a campaign that stops using Reach, you will see it listed in a new expandable drawer called “Inactive Campaigns” and you won’t be able to make it active. You can leave it if you must, but better to just let it hang out there in your inactive list so that if the campaign activates again, you’ll be all ready to hit the streets. After all, what if your candidate decides to shock everyone and run as an independent? It could happen.