Our Product Team has been hard at work behind the scenes, and today we're excited to announce some big improvements to the FrontlineSMS platform… cue, the Frontline Dashboard!
Frontline has always treated users as though they own their data, and we’ve never published it, made automated decisions based on it, or sold it to third parties. We’ve always shared the GDPR’s beliefs about people’s rights to their data, and have designed our platform accordingly.
Event Organizers of the London Feedback Summit used Frontline to collect and analyze survey responses and opinion data in real-time during for each session throughout the event.
With Frontline's flexible API, you can connect your FrontlineCloud workspace to your other communication channels.
Frontline allowed a Colombian organization to open non-traditional communication channels for different communities in a part of the country with very low connectivity.
We've been heads-down on some big improvements to make Frontline more powerful, accessible, and easy to use.
Over the last decade, we’ve changed leadership, structure, and product – but what hasn’t changed is our values. Here are 5 of our favorites:
Today Frontline turns 10 years old! And we've come a long way. Frontline started as a way to make communication easier, using SMS as a way to reach everyone quickly and efficiently. We were founded on the idea that increasing access + efficiency = impact, and that's what we've done ever since.
90% of all SMS are read within 3 minutes of being received. In the last few days of a campaign, getting your message seen by the right people is key. What can you do to make sure the people who are going to support you show up to the polling station on the day?
More than 95% of the world’s population uses radio, making it the most popular communication technology in the world. Radio stations and DJs have also been some of Frontline’s earliest and most inspirational users, taking on climate change advocacy, coordinating responses during emergencies, amplifying voices for peace during conflict, and bringing communities together.