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How to motivate your community using notifications?
How to motivate your community using notifications?
How do notifications work on Qomon and how do I use them?
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Written by Charles Keignart
Updated over a week ago

Keeping in touch with your collaborators / volunteers in the field is a real mission!

To help you keep in touch you can use "Push" notifications ๐Ÿ“ฒ

What is a push notification?

Push Notifications are messages that appears on your mobile phone screen when you are not using the app.

What is the point of this kind of notification?

  • Real time communication

    You can use it to remind your members of an important event, to let them know a goal has been reached, to congratulate the whole team at once etc... Less intrusive than an SMS but with a much higher opening rate than the e-mail.

  • Fast interaction
    From the notification, you member can directly open the application.

  • Easy to use
    You just need to write your message, no need for a layout nor signature.

    The message should be short and punchy ๐Ÿ”†

When to use it?

You can decide to send a message at any time from the "Members" tab by clicking on the button:

  • You can directly edit your message:

When you add a document to your platform.

You can decide to notify your entire team that a new document has been added to their mobile application:

  • About actions:

You can send a notification to a volunteer that you add to an action.

When you edit an action you can "Save and Notify" your volunteers.

๐Ÿ’กNo need to worry about sending a reminder: members in the action receive an automatic notification the day before the event!

You can also follow up with uncertain members. By clicking on "Notify again" you send a notification to every member who has not specified their attendance! ๐Ÿ—“

โš ๏ธ Remember that it all depends on the recipient's mobile settings. If notifications are turned off, they won't receive them โš ๏ธ

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