Four Steps to Use Your Campus Map on Election Day

November 4, 2016 by Sam Slater

From CampusBird Blog

With election day just around the corner, here are four quick steps to help others rock the vote with CampusBird:

Step 1: Create a new category for Voting Centers on your campus map.

Step 2: Add location-specific information, like when polls are open and what parking lots are available for visitors.

Step 3: Turn on CampusBird’s MapTimer feature to automatically hide the category when Election Day is over. Set it and forget it!

Step 4: Blast the new map layer out on social media and share it with campus groups and administrators to help spread the word!

Looking for some inspiration? Check out Colorado State University’s campus map – complete with voting center information. To see how you can use an interactive map to power campus life and create a great experience at your school.

See you at the polls!

The CampusBird Team

Topics: Campus MapCampusBirdContent Management SystemInteractive Virtual ExperiencesLive Data IntegrationVirtual Engagement

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