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Hi,I’m wondering if it is possible to duplicate missions within an experiene. I know you can duplicate entire experiences and pull missions from previous experiences. But I want to create several versions of missions that are different in only a few ways so want to duplicate within a mission to save a lot of time. The only other way I’ve seen to do this is to cut and paste and create new each time which take a whole lot of work. Is there a way around this?
I have an Experience with over 100 missions. The experience has a running time of 15-30 days. The experience starts with 10 active missions. As days go by, my script changes missions from hidden to active. By the end of the experience, all missions are active. When the experience is over, I copy the experience and set the start and end time for the next class session.My problem: When I do this, all of my missions begin the experience as ACTIVE. Therefore, I have to go into every mission and set it to hidden. This takes an excessively long time. How can I begin my experience with all missions being hidden? There has GOT to be a better way.Help? 🤞
Hi, I am new to using Goosechase and interested in using it for a company-wide event for about 130 employees. It’s our annual company meeting and the only time everyone gets together in person each year, so we want to facilitate mingling and bonding with others outside their team. Has anyone used Goosechase for team building? Any tips that would make it a successful event? Thanks!
I'm currently looking if Goosechase will fit my intended purpose. I'd like to make a city tour in a certain order. I can't find an option to unhide GPS missions based on earlier completed missions. Is this not possible? For my purpose I need a mix of (hidden) GPS missions and open choosable other missions.
Hello All, wanted to create a community scavenger hunt that would encourage people to go around the town and do various challenges. This would require check-ins, text answers, and photo answers. My question is how does Goosechase distinguish if the photo is of the correct image before it gives points? Thank you, John
Hard to believe that it’s now been two weeks since The Nest launched. Each day we’re seeing new members trickle in, and within a few days we’ll cross our first major milestone — 100 Members! As we grow, I’m curious to get a better understanding from this group… What does community mean to you? What does THIS community mean to you?
I am creating missions to be used in university courses and would like to include fun, goose-related terms and phrases. Is there an inspirational list I could use when crafting my experience and mission descriptions? Does anyone have some phrases they have used that are fun and clever that they would like to share with me? Puns?
I have an event on horizon and would like to merge Goosechase and Art. The obvious connection would be to find pieces of art in the area and have missions centered on those pieces or have a self guided tour of a museum. I am looking for some other creative ideas…. maybe photography based, art element based, other?I would love to hear what the flock has to say! Any ideas or inspiration you may have for me is very welcome!
I think that it would be great to receive, rather than just email that there is a new post, some sort of highlight on the main page that new conversations/comments are awaiting me so that I can click there and get to the conversations.I often feel a little overwhelmed because I am looking for that last place a comment was made. Anyone else have that issue?
I have used GooseChase for several library programs, and each time I had grownups agree to what is, essentially, a media release, but I’m curious if anyone has developed another method of protecting the privacy of minors or getting parental approval for using images.
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