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The Network Admin Screen is where you can configure how your campaign uses the My Network relational organizing features of Reach. Learn about My Network here and more about how to think about using Reach for Relational Organizing here.

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Admin Screen

Preferences

This section at the top of the screen allows you to determine which of your Relationship Types should be set as your default. This default is always used during Contact Import and is sometimes used when users are adding new people to their Network within the app, depending on which Network Feature mode you have set on the Campaign Settings screen.


Relationship Types

Adding a new type

You can add new relationship types by tapping “Add Type” at the top of the Relationship Types section.

You can write a label, add a description, and choose whether or not to display your new relationship type in the list visible to your users.


Editing Relationship Types

You can edit existing relationship types by clicking the icon to the right of a relationship type. Here you can update the label or description for that relationship type and set it to be Active or Inactive.

This also displays useful information like the creation date, who created the relationship type, as well as the API ID for that specific relationship (this is displayed in your Relationships export as “Relationship Type ID”).


Deleting Relationship Types

You can also delete a relationship type from your list. A warning pop up will appear to confirm that you really want to delete it. Once you delete a relationship, it will be removed from the app, as well as from your exports.

CAUTION: If you delete or set inactive a relationship type that has been used, any relationships of that type in people’s networks will no longer be visible in the app.


Tips & Tricks

If you want to view all of the relationships added by users in your campaign, you can export a list using the Relationships export type. Check out “About the Export Screen” for more info.

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