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Time Specific Automated Msg Replies
New 2 subscribers Promo FR100119

A way to tailor message replies and make them time specific including ability to create individual replies for time frame

SMS Send From Drop-down
New 1 subscribers Promo FR100118

When sending an SMS the ability to select the Sender ID from a dropdown (e.g. phone numbers or alphanumeric IDs).

Deleted Messages Tab
New 2 subscribers Promo FR100117

Ability to see "deleted" messages in the Messages Inbox, and the option to restore deleted messages or permanently delete them.

Messenger Reply Templates
New 2 subscribers Promo FR100116

Ability to create and use canned replies / templates in the Messenger module for replying to listeners.

Unique Entrants for List Prizes
New 1 subscribers Promo FR100115

Ability to identify individual entrants e.g. when you have a contest that can be entered multiple times by one entrant but ability to see how many people have entered as opposed to how many entries there are.

Attach Campaign to Prohib Rules
New 1 subscribers Promo FR100114

Ability to connect prohibition rules to campaigns so that listeners can only enter/win once per campaign.

Event Attendee Numbers
New 1 subscribers Promo FR100113
Ability to see how many tickets have been scanned at an event (so that you can tell how many people attended)
State field as drop-down
In Development 3 subscribers Promo FR100112
Ability to set the State field (for countries where applicable) as a drop-down menu of options, ensuring a consistent data standard. For example, preventing users from entering VIC as "Victoria" in free text.
Scheduling Across Week
New 2 subscribers Promo FR100111

The ability to schedule a contest/liner as ‘across the week’ rather than daily so it automatically starts at a selected date and moves across to the next day until the allocation has been used.

Automated Multi-Instance Message Routing
New 2 subscribers Promo FR100110
Incoming messages (SMS, WhatsApp etc.) can be routed to different instances based on the reply to an automated prompt to the sender, for example: their postal or ZIP code, which can route their message (and future messages) to the correct local instance.