New Release Highlights

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Below are the highlights of our latest effort to make Call-Em-All even faster and easier for you.  These improvements are based upon your feedback, so keep it coming!  When you log in to Call-Em-All, the Feedback tab on the right side of your browser is the perfect place to share your ideas.  Thanks for using Call-Em-All!

February 2011 Release includes:

  • An overhauled Broadcast Details page that allow the user to:
    • Edit a created broadcast:  change the broadcast name, caller ID, and start date.
    • Add and remove a phone number(s) from a broadcast.
    • Pause a broadcast that is currently broadcasting.
    • View text replies from the new "Broadcast Replies" tab
    • Search call list(s) by phone number or name
  • Enhancements to creating a broadcast online that:
    • An estimated duration of how long the broadcast will take to complete.
    • Makes the start date/time selection step more user friendly.
  • A page on to the website that addresses our API offering -

About Call-Em-All

Call-Em-All's mass texting service, voice broadcasting, and text conversations help organizations deliver important messages quickly and maintain better engagement with contacts.

Since 2005, we've delivered more than 1.2 billion voice calls and text messages for companies in healthcare, education, staffing & human resources, property management, utility, non-profits, and religious groups.

We're different because of our culture. We believe it's our biggest competitive advantage. We're passionate about creating positive experiences for our customers, and ensuring that our platform isn't being used to spam marketing or political messages.

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We help staffing, religious, education, property management, healthcare and other organizations share important info with our automated messaging service.

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