Engage

Features and tips to get people to your platform

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9 articles in this collection
Written by Joost Vandenbroele and Karel Verhaeghe

Invite people to the platform

You can easily invite people to the platform through e-mail. Add long lists of email addresses or add one person manually.
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Written by Joost Vandenbroele
Updated over a week ago

Project templates

Start a project from best practices
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Written by Karel Verhaeghe
Updated over a week ago

Send emails to your users and follow up on the results

With the email tool you can easily contact users - all of them or users linked to just one project - and follow up on the results
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Written by Karel Verhaeghe
Updated over a week ago

Schedule social media posts and share the content of your platform

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Written by Joost Vandenbroele
Updated over a week ago

Import ideas in bulk to the platform

Importing ideas onto the platform is a good way to combine online and offline. Simply add the ideas in this sheet and we'll import them.
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Written by Joost Vandenbroele
Updated over a week ago

Use (Smart) groups to target your communication or work in private projects

Groups allow you to grant granular access to different users based on the information you get from them. Use the group to target you comms.
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Written by Karel Verhaeghe
Updated over a week ago

Get material to support the launch of your platform

Promoting the existence of your platform, immediately after the launch, is important.
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Written by Joost Vandenbroele
Updated over a week ago

Let people log in using a unique invitation code or token

Let people log in by giving them a unique invitation code or token on a letter or postcard.
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Written by Joost Vandenbroele
Updated over a week ago

Polling

How to create a poll and gain demographic insights
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Written by Karel Verhaeghe
Updated over a week ago