Grants.gov Mobile App Update: Enhanced Notification Options

Note: This blog post was updated on January 3, 2020 to indicate that the latest Grants.gov mobile app update has been released.

The new Grants.gov Mobile App Update, now available, brings several improvements to notification management. (Don’t have the app? Download it today on Google Play or Apple’s App Store.)

Grants.gov Mobile App NotificationsAs users of the Grants.gov system know, there are a wide array of notifications that an applicant can receive during the lifecycle of their applications.

  • Users can receive notifications about the successful submission of an application.
  • Users can receive notifications when a workspace has been completed by a member of one’s applicant team and is ready to submit. (The mobile app user must have Submit privileges in order to receive this notification.)
  • Users can receive nightly notifications about new opportunities published on Grants.gov and flagged by saved search criteria.
  • Users can receive notifications when changes are made to an opportunity they have subscribed to.

With the new update, users will also be able to receive additional in-app notifications when a system alert or monthly newsletter has been published via email.

Of course, any of these notifications can be turned off via the Settings section of the mobile app.

To learn more about the Grants.gov app, visit the Google Play or Apple App stores.

One thought on “Grants.gov Mobile App Update: Enhanced Notification Options

  1. Awesome… I have the current version on my phone and look forward to these new improvements. As a seasoned grant professional, I appreciate how diligently the agency works to make this important information easy to obtain and up-to-date with the latest technological advancements. Bravo!

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