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GatherBoard App in Beta Testing – Help Us Test!

 GatherBoard app in beta testing!

It’s what you’ve all been waiting for.  Well, maybe not you, but definitely us here at GatherBoard.  After a year of collaboration with some key students from the University of Montana Computer Science department and our programming partners at GeoFli, we’ve turned their capstone project into a real live app. Lo and behold, we’ve reached the testing phase. From the get-go, GatherBoard has been responsively designed to work on all devices, and now the next phase is a curated GatherBoard App in testing.


There are two different ways to connect with the testing depending on the type of device you have. Please take a look at the instructions below to get the test going.

Android – go to the Google Play Store, search for GatherBoard, and download the “GatherBoard” app.

iOS –  If you already have the TestFlight app downloaded on your device, open TestFlight, then navigate to this public link  to  test the GatherBoard beta app: .
If you do not have TestFlight, download the app first, then use the link provided above.  Then open that link from your iOS phone/tablet.

Give us feedback on the app.

We’d love you to take our guided tour and accomplish simple tasks – use this document to navigate around the app and try out some of our features:    UI Tasks.pdf .  Thanks in advance, it would be immensely helpful for us.


Next, use this quick Google form to give us feedback:


We’re hoping to launch the app later in November, so we appreciate responses ASAP.  And feel free to share this with your friends and other users of GatherBoard.  We’ve shared this blog post on our Facebook and Twitter, so you could share it from there, as well.


Thank you for all of your help and support of GatherBoard thus far. We’re super excited to see where this app takes us.
Molly Bradford
CEO at GatherBoard
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