Released May 17, 2021 via the App Store and Play Store

For Users

  • Edit voter data directly in Reach! Right from the app, you can now edit a voter’s name, update their address, mark them as deceased, or even add a personal nickname visible to only you. This is a great way to keep the data you’re seeing in Reach as accurate as possible, avoid dead-naming trans voters, and make sure your outgoing messages are addressed properly. Note that changes you make in Reach will not affect official state voter registration records.
  • More contact information and filtering options during the Contact Import process.
  • We’ve made the User Profile Edit screen a bit more clear, so it automatically closes when you save your changes and the close button is now labeled “Cancel”
  • Tags should always display with more reliable and consistent sorting.
  • The icons used for Push Notifications on Android were missing! You were probably just seeing a gray circle instead of our friendly logo (affectionately called “Ballie the Ballot”). Well, Ballie’s back, baby!
  • We’ve caught a few bits of text that hadn’t been fully translated and translated them.
  • We’ve fixed some styling issues on Android around shadows.
  • We’ve made some improvements so the list views in Reach render more correctly more often.

For Admins

  • The character counts of the contact script edit drawer are better.
  • Push Notification Targeting drop-down wasn’t working properly. Now it is.

About Reach

Reach is a progressive technology start-up building tools for political campaigns, labor unions, non-profits, and activists around the united states. Read more about us here.

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