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Utilizing the Text to Post feature
Utilizing the Text to Post feature

Our new text to post feature can help you post a call in minutes!

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Written by Lauren
Updated over a week ago

Catchafire has an exciting new feature that will give nonprofits a brand new way to easily connect with volunteers. Keep reading to learn more about our new text to post feature and how it can help your organization.

What is the Text to Post feature?

At Catchafire, we believe that you should spend your time doing what you do best - helping people in your community and focusing on your mission. That's why we've come up with a new way of utilizing technology to help you connect with volunteers and get the help you need. You can now post a 1-hour consultation call via text message in minutes, and get expert advice from our skilled volunteers.

Text to post is available to help 24/7. First, ensure that your phone number is connected to your Catchafire account by navigating to your profile settings.

Then, simply text 'POST' to +1 (646) 681-5341 and you'll receive a text with call suggestions. You can also scan this QR code to trigger a text message!

The process is simple:

1. Choose from the the suggested topics Catchafire sends you

2. Select from prewritten questions

3. Confirm posting

You can then login to your Catchafire account and review volunteer applications.

Need to edit your post?

No problem! If you post your call via text and realize you want to add or change something, it's easy. Simply navigate to your dashboard and click on "Edit phone call".

For tips on reviewing applications, you can take a look at this article!

Prefer to post on your own?

Unsubscribing is easy - simply text 'STOP TEXTS' in response to the text you received. You can also update your communication preferences in your account settings.

Questions? Feel free to reach out to us via the blue chat bubble at the bottom of your screen or at [email protected].

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