About the Invite Codes Screen

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About Invite Codes

An invite code is a unique series of letters and numbers that Admins give supporters to let them instantly join their campaign.

Admins can generate, delete, or review invite codes by going to the Admin Dashboard and clicking on Manage Invite Codes.

Expired Codes

Every code that is generated will allow up to 100 people to join your campaign. Once your code reaches its expiration date, it will be known as “Expired”. Once all the available slots are used, it will be known as “Depleted”. These expired and depleted codes will be displayed in separate sections (as exemplified on the screenshot below), but they will not be usable for actually joining your campaign. Any invite code in any state (active, expired, or depleted) can be deleted using the red trash icon in its row.

Generating New Codes

From the Manage Invite Codes screen, tap the “Generate Invite Code” button in the top right to open up a Code Generator dialog box. This box will ask you to name your invite code (try naming it based on how it will be used or who it will be given to) and an expiration date/time for the code.

The “Manage Invite Codes” screen.
Image: the window that comes up when you tap on the "Generate New Code" button in the top-right corner of the "Manage Invite Codes" screen.
The “Generate New Code” window.

Use this screen to generate and manage invite codes. These codes allow Reach users to join your campaign without an individual invitation. From their campaign picker, they can merely enter an invite code and they will magically be able to Reach for your campaign.


Be cautious and aware of where you share invite codes because anyone in possession of a code will be able to use them, unless you have deleted the code, it’s expired, or it’s depleted. You can always remove a user (see the “Manage Users” article), but you’ll be much better off if your invite code is only shared with trusted friends of your campaign.

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Last Updated On August 14, 2019