Ecanvasser Go mobile app allows you to put organizers in the field quicker than any other interaction mobile app.

Getting started

A Location is an event that is tied to a particular geographic spot.
Via the Ecanvasser Go app, your organizers will be able to select a Location from any active Campaign Effort, and begin recording interactions with people they are engaging with - it really is that easy!

Creating a new location on the Dashboard

From the GO LOCATIONS tab on the Database page, select CREATE LOCATION to open the Location Dialog Box. You'll just need to provide a Name and Address for the Location and can position the location pin precisely on the map.

Tip - Location naming convention suggestion

When choosing a Location Name, consider including key information, such as the date and activity type.

You will be prompted to confirm the location as below:

Once a Location has been created, it will become available to your full team via the Ecanvasser Go app.

You can download the Go App through the Google PlayStore or Apple AppStore.

Check out the following on how to use Go

Creating a new location on the Go App

Members of your team can also create new Locations via the Ecanvasser Go app by following those steps:

  1. Ensure you have Location enabled on your device and select the Create icon.

  2. Confirm your Location using the Pin icon.

  3. Name the effort and save.

  4. You are now ready to interact.


On the Go Locations tab, you'll be able to quickly see the amount of engagements at that Location:

Data that is captured via the Ecanvasser Go app is synced back to your Ecanvasser dashboard, including:

  • The Analytics page for Surveys and aggregated data

  • New contacts will appear on the Contacts tab within the Database page

  • Issues captured will appear in the Caseworker page

Remind your organizers to sync their app after recording their interactions to ensure that you get the most up to date information.

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