Starting this weekend, all Facebook and instagram users of the right age will be able to see guidance on email voting on the top bar, in English or Spanish. Depending on the local registration deadline, relevant videos and detailed explanations will be displayed on the home pages of state users for four days (October 10-18). < / P > < p > take instagram as an example, and the videos will be launched in 50 states from October 15 to 16. Other notices will be issued in the next two days, along with information about voting by email. < p > < p > through video guidance, Facebook wants voters to know the details of the process related to ballot signature, mailing, deadline, and return. < / P > < p > app makers are clearly putting more effort into this US election than in the past few years, from snapchat to credit karma. Snapchat said it had sent registration reminders to about 400000 new voters. Facebook also estimates that it helped register about 2.5 million people this year. < / P > < p > it is understood that voting advocates had worried that mail ballots in 2020 might lead to more invalid ballots (500000 in state primaries). In addition to missing the deadline, there are also many voters who make mistakes in filling in the forms that result in invalid counting of votes. < / P > < p > in addition, people who use postal ballots for the first time may be confused because of the different voting rules in different states. Fortunately, technology companies are trying to help ease these embarrassments. More Samsung devices can now run Android applications on PC through your phone

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