July 2017


MP Matching Tool in Victoria

Last week we launched an action for Andrew Denton's organisation Go Gentle to match supporters' postcodes to their Victorian state electorate and display the contact information for their local MP. After filling in a simple CTA users are then asked to go one step further by contacting their MP. The data shown includes all contact details and a profile image of the relevant MP.

Infographics site Launch

Infographics are a service that we have offered our retainer clients for over a year but we are now proud to have successfully launched Lully's infographic site to the public earlier this month. We plan to continue to run competitions to win a free design every 6-8 weeks to continue to grow support behind Lully's talented designs. If you haven't seen the site yet, check it out here: http://infographics.codenation.com/

Tag counter tool now available

Using NationCentral we can now implement accurate live tag counters (e.g. Join x other supporters) that aren't restricted by NationBuilder directory page limitations. We are still awaiting final testing before we publicly launch NationCentral but the good news is we have early access to awesome features like this one that we can deploy for our retainer clients.

CampaignNow Update

CampaignNow's new export feature is in the final rounds of testing to be launched in early August. This feature will allow users to export submissions and supporters on a per campaign basis, as well as a per account basis. Exports can include all supporter information captured by each campaign as well as the full email text and subject line.

Recent update to event management

NationBuilder have now created calendar wide event settings to simplify the process of setting up an event in NationBuilder. If you allow user-submitted events, or if you’ve got lots of people in your organisation creating events, calendar-wide settings allow you to set the tags, paths, point people, and memberships applied by those event pages once at the calendar level rather than having to do it for each individual event.