Retrouvez tous les trucs et astuces sur notre blogue

Announcing QR Codes For Your Contests

QR codes have been around for a while now but only recently has the technology seen real adoption beyond tech-savvy users. A QR code is similar to a bar code except that it can hold more information. The most common case for scanning a QR code with a phone's camera is to open a web page. It is now common to see restaurants ask patrons to open their online menus using a QR code placed on the table.

Redirect Participants To Your Website

We are excited to announce a new little feature that you might like! Instead of displaying the thank you page to participants after they fill out your contest form, you can now redirect them to a page on your website. This puts you in full control of what comes next after participants complete the contest. Maybe you want to offer exclusive content or a special offer from your website? Let's see how easy it is to setup!

Embed Rich Media Clips Into Your Contests

The web is filled with interesting content such as videos, audio clips, animated gifs, presentations and much more. What if you could integrate these interactive medias into your contests? Well wonder no more, it is now possible to embed content from thousands of different websites right into your contests.

Personalize Your Contest With a Custom Font

Often times when you create a contest, you want its style to match the aesthetic of your brand or website. It was already quite easy to customize the contest appearance with colors and text variations. Today we go one step further in the personalization of contests with custom fonts.

Introducing Country Restrictions

If you are running a local business, your customers live nearby. Its their opinion that matters and not the opinion of people living in foreign countries. That's why today we are releasing a new featured called Country Restrictions.

New Comprehensive and GDPR-compliant Policies

It's been a long time (almost 5 years!) since we last updated the policies governing our apps. Back then, we had hired a law firm to craft the terms for us. They did a good job but lots have changed since then, notably with the adoption of strict data privacy laws in Europe and California. We thought it was time to review and update our policies accordingly.