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commented on Autodistricting on Different Address Fields
Surely, the registered address is the correct address to use for autodistricting. I hadn’t realised that it was not the one that was used, although carefully rereading of the documentation confirms that the home address does thake precidence. I think this might explain problems I have had.
posted 2018-05-12 12:41:23 -0700
tagged Tyler Williams' Add Git Integration with important to me
posted 2018-05-12 12:31:06 -0700
published Documentation error in Issues and suggestions
posted 2018-05-12 12:27:21 -0700
commented on County Council Electoral Divisions (UK)
This was actually done some time ago. Perhaps someone from NationBuilder should change the status to Completed.

One caveat, I’m not sure if the shapefiles have been kept up-to-date & there certainly are serious issues with the quality of the geocodong in the UK. See: https://nationbuilder.com/686737/ability_to_control_autodistricting_on_a_profile_by_profile_basis
posted 2018-04-22 14:31:55 -0700
commented on GraphQL API
This looks like it could be really useful. It would certainly solve this issue:
http://nationbuilder.com/686737/api_configure_fields_returned_by_people_index_endpoint
posted 2017-11-05 05:05:15 -0800
commented on Add feature to disable autodistricting on an individual profile
I’ve explained here:
http://nationbuilder.com/686737/ability_to_control_autodistricting_on_a_profile_by_profile_basis
why I suggested this feature. Can I suggest we discuss the feature there and mark this one as a duplicate.
posted 2017-11-04 16:42:18 -0700
tagged Crispin Driver's Occasional issues with address geocoding [UK addresses with postcode] with important to me
posted 2017-10-22 12:07:45 -0700
commented on Add field validation like Google forms
Argh, my comment below was mangled, it’s the pattern attribute of the HTML input tag.

https://www.w3schools.com/tags/att_input_pattern.asp
posted 2017-10-15 10:44:38 -0700
commented on The option for "Don't publish my responses on the website" Only Prevents the First Response from being Published
We’ve also run in to this problem. We had a number of people complain that we published their survey responses after they had ask us not to. This is a serious problem for us. I realise that there is a lot less privacy and data protection regulation in the US, and different cultural attitudes, but in Europe we have to take this seriously. It also does us reputational damage.
posted 2017-09-30 10:28:17 -0700
commented on API requests larger than 1000 time out
FWIW I have an app that regularly sucessfully iterates the /people endpoint over a Nation with over 100k records. One diference is that I’m using a Python client, not curl.

You may also be interested in this suggestion:

http://nationbuilder.com/686737/api_configure_fields_returned_by_people_index_endpoint
posted 2017-07-24 13:35:03 -0700