There are tons of apps out there, but who can you trust when the weather is really bad? Learn why WeatherCall is unique, not just because of what we say, but what our clients say. When it comes to knowing about dangerous weather, would YOU trust your family's safety to an app?
Tired of getting wrong weather information and losing money and time when you shut down during weather emergencies. Learn why WeatherCall is THE solution you need to cut through the clutter of inaccurate information flooding your "smart"phone.
Have you ever needed to reach residents in a timely manner? Frustrated with inaccurate weather alerts? HazardCall solves both of those problems!
This walks you through creating the list for your residents whether than be manually entering them or importing them.
This video walks you through downloading the app and getting ready to use HazardCall.
HazardCall's unique and disruptive phone calls alert you when life-threatening weather conditions are headed for your community's exact location. This video has some important reminders about storing the HazardCall number as a contact and what to do with the HazardCall text messages.
This quick start video shows users of the HazardCall app how to add or remove weather notifications. HazardCall automatically calls and texts users when life-threatening weather conditions are headed for your community's exact location. However, there are other impactful weather conditions about which HazardCall app users can be notified. In just a few seconds, users can customize the app to the user's liking.
This quick-start video shows community owners and managers how this powerful feature works. From within the HazardCall app, you can instantly send an urgent message to all of your residents. Let them know about a gas leak, status of shelters, power restoration, etc. Remember, only community owners or those they designate can use this feature.
Learn how to send Community Broadcast messages to specific residents by creating lists. Organize your residents by street, section, etc.
Learn how to use Community Broadcast to send a longer letter to residents. Note: requires that you have a Google Drive or Dropbox account along with a bit.ly account. All are free and easy to create.
This add-on feature lets you record a message and send it as a phone call. A great way to reach residents who don't have a cell phone.