GenderAvenger is dedicated to ensuring that women are always part of the public dialog. The GA Tally app allows users to record gender balance on stage at conferences, music festivals, on TV, etc. and to instantly reveal the results by creating pie charts that can be shared on Facebook and Twitter. The app can be used in two ways:
1) Count Who's Present: Submit the number of men, women, non binary persons, and women of color on a conference panel, a “best of” list, etc. Upload your own photo or let the GA Tally generate a pie chart that can be instantly posted on Facebook, Twitter and/or shared by email.
2) Time Who's Talking: Using a simple two-button system, you can track and share who is dominating the conversation.
If you are uncomfortable using your own social media profiles, just hit “submit anonymously” and GenderAvenger will share it for you!
Download tallies to your photo library in order to use in presentations and share on social media.
Ratings and Reviews
Simple to use and very important agenda
This app is for gathering data on how women are underrepresented on panels at conferences. Conference organizers can do better, and we can help them improve by tracking these data. Download this easy-to-use app and be part of the solution!
Can’t get back to home screen
Once you start a tally or get to the “share” screen, you can’t get back to the home of the app unless you kill the app completely.
Works well other than that. Would have been nice to have a how-to video or the first time you open the app.
On a different note, should we also be keeping track of men of color?
Use this often!
I use this often in meetings and conferences to highlight good behavior, when gender balance is excellent and it addressed in plenaries, committees, etc. I also use to highlight MANELS, let’s all work hard to get rid of these!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.