The new year is officially upon us and we have been busy here at DialMyCalls trying to make a more content-rich website for you, our customers. We are thrilled to announce a brand new features section that has in-depth information regarding every single feature that our mass notification system has to offer.
Each feature that DialMyCalls has to offer now has its own individual page that gives a complete breakdown of what it is, how it can be used and who would benefit from using it. From our industry-leading AccurateAMD™ answering machine detection system to our mass notification portal, our system has so much to offer and now you can see for yourself how each feature could be of benefit to you or your organization. Below you will find each feature that has its own informative page and this page will continue to be updated as more feature are added:[click to continue...]
We have completely revamped our FAQ section and added a plethora of brand new video tutorials that will help members effectively utilize the full potential of our voice and text message broadcasting service.
The brand new tutorial videos are available on the outside of DialMyCalls as well as in the members area of version 2.0. Prior to this recent update only a handful of video tutorials were available - there are now over 15 videos to help you learn how to use the service. Of course we will be constantly adding more tutorials so keep checking back for updates.
DialMyCalls Video Tutorials
Our extensive collection of video tutorials can be viewed by visiting our FAQ or by clicking the individual links below:[click to continue...]
In addition to sending voice broadcasts, DialMyCalls members can now register a free SMS keyword and send out text message broadcasts.
Text messaging is becoming more predominant in today's society when it comes to communicating with one another. DialMyCalls offers, in addition to voice broadcasting, the ability to send out an SMS broadcast to a list of contacts at once. In conjunction with our text broadcasting, members will receive one free SMS keyword that is used as an identifier for their message recipients.
Utilizing the DialMyCalls text messaging service also provides an opportunity for non-profits, businesses, sports leagues, and various other types of organizations to build a contact list - every keyword includes unlimited opt-ins. Promote your keyword by sending out a newsletter, bulletin or in-store advertisement telling everyone to "Text 'YOURKEYWORD' to '80123' to receive weekly updates and news." Once opted in, a contact list will be created at which point in time you will be able to send those contacts text message updates.
How do you get started utilizing the DialMyCalls text message broadcasting service? Once you have signed up for an account on DialMyCalls, setting up your texting campaign is quick and easy. Below is a step-by-step guide that will go through registering a new keyword and then setting up a text broadcast:[click to continue...]
"Access Control" was added to DialMyCalls 2.0 and we have now upgraded our permissions system to allow users to control who can view/edit contact groups.
DialMyCalls users received the ability to give multiple users the ability to access one main account – the admin could control what features were able to be viewed and edited with our access control and permission groups. In response to additional feature requests, our development team has now added the ability to give contact groups their own permissions.
Do you have multiple users that you would like to access your DialMyCalls account? Would you like the ability to limit the contact groups each user can see while logged in? Our new permission-based contact management feature will give you complete control over your account – display only those contacts that you want each user to be able send broadcasts to.
In a previous blog post we covered how to set up your access control and that detailed guide can be found here:
Once you have created your user accounts and permissions by following the instructions above, you are now able to manage permissions for your contact groups.[click to continue...]
Version 2.0 of DialMyCalls introduced “access control” which allows members to create and manage multiple users on one account.
Members requested the ability to have multiple users share one account while keeping certain aspects of the service hidden. “Access Control” allows the admin of an account to create multiple users as well as permission groups to manage which features of DialMyCalls each member has access to.
Do you want to allow a member of your church congregation to set up a voice broadcast but want to keep your billing information hidden? Maybe you'd like a parent to send out a weekly text (SMS) broadcast to all of the players, coaches and parents of your sports league but want to restrict access to other information located in your account. The DialMyCalls “Access Control” can be used in both instances listed above as it gives members full control of what their Access Users can see and do while logged in to DialMyCalls.
Once you have signed up for an account on DialMyCalls, setting up your access control is quick and easy. Below you will find instructions on how to create multiple users and permissions for your mass notification system:
Setting Up Multiple Users And Account Permissions (click image for full size)
- Step One - Login to your DialMyCalls account and click on the following: “My Account” → “Access” → “Permissions” → “Add A New Group”
We are proud to announce that we have just launched our brand new online webinar training to introduce DialMyCalls to everyone.
Customers, new and old, can now visit DialMyCalls' brand new webinars page and sign up for a crash course on how to send out voice and SMS broadcasts through our completely web-based system. Each week one of our staff members will be giving in-depth training sessions on how DialMyCalls can be used to simplify calling hundreds to thousands of people. [click to continue...]
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