The latest update to the Grants.gov mobile app adds a walkthrough resource designed to help users get more out of the app.
You can find the App Walkthrough near the bottom of the Explore screen.
For example, if you’ve downloaded the app to your iOS or Android device, you probably know that you can use the app to search for federal grants. But did you know that you can also save any search query so that you will be notified when future opportunities are published that match your query?
You can also edit any saved search query – either within the app, or on your desktop, once you have logged into your Grants.gov account.
The app walkthrough also shows app users how to filter search results and customize the types of notifications received from the app.
Don’t have the app? Download it for free from Apple’s App Store or Google Play.
Grants.gov users now have two ways to create saved searches and receive notifications about relevant, new opportunity announcements, whether they are sitting behind a desk or they are out and about with only a phone.
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In recent months, the Grants.gov mobile app’s install base has topped 200,000 users and has become an essential part of the federal grant pro’s toolbox.
We’re excited to announce that even more improvements to the app are just around the corner. These improvements will help bring the mobile app’s search functionality in line with that of the Grants.gov website, among other things.
Continue reading Saved Search Coming Soon to the Grants.gov Mobile App (iOS and Android)