Ron from tchop showing one of the kids in Malawi his android smartphone Recently we gave an extensive report about our co-operation with UNICEF Germany for the "Living Schools" project in Malawi. This scheme allows donors in Germany to get a direct and authentic look, on their own platform, at the progress and development of … Continue reading What we learnt from our UNICEF project “Living Schools” in regards to applications for internal communication
There is an undeniable trend of users in the digital world to mingle, exchange views and get informed in closed communities. Even Mark Zuckerberg speaks of the end of the classic Facebook newsfeeds and of the fact that the future of his platform will be closed groups. As a mobile communications platform, tchop links communication … Continue reading tchop as mobile communications platform for “Communities of Interest”
Why publishers and content creators should rethink their mobile propositions. And empower their readers and subscribers. Attention: This is a long read by our CEO Heiko Scherer!
Oftentimes it can make a lot of sense to activate users and readers for generating and delivering content. In many cases „User Generated Content“ is especially authentic and above all highly profitable, because it mostly comes at low prices for media providers and companies (usually even free of charge). In today's social media world it is … Continue reading “Editor Limited”: one user role – many exciting possibilities
Why keep switching between Slack and your traditional CMS to publish content when you can push your Slack posts directly to the mobile devices of your target group? We all love Slack. Lots of editors, content and communication people do. It is a favorite tool in newsrooms (see what digiday.com wrote back then), where it improves … Continue reading How to use Slack as a publishing tool for your own branded news app
What does native sharing mean?Native Sharing via a native app means that you can forward any link, image or video to another app or platform – without leaving that app. For example, let’s say I’m writing a blog post and then link to the post from social media. That’s not a native distribution on the … Continue reading How to use native sharing smartly..
tchop let´s you easily connect users with relevant content feeds and channels. This can be managed dynamically via our dashboard in an easy and flexible way. But the administration of larger number of users in multiple number of channels became a bit unhandy by time. The navigation between multiple channels was only possible through the … Continue reading How the new “organisation” in tchop makes user and channel management more efficient
Why not check out your own content in your own free app now, in under 5 minutes? Impress your peers in your next presentation or interview. Show your friends and colleagues some new ideas. We only charge for Enterprise Plan which is pretty top notch - tchop pricing page. With free registration and free sign … Continue reading View your website through our app in under 5 mins.
Here's the idea behind the use of channels and mixes in the one app. In your app, you can create as many or as few “channels and mixes” as you like. You can also build your app using just one main channel and filling the one channel with as many mixes as you like. For example: Let’s … Continue reading How to create as many channels and mixes as you need for your target groups
Let's delve a little deeper into "mixes" and how they are built to work for you. In our previous blog post we talked about how using one app is a clever way for your business or brand to succeed due to the fact that the tchop app service is built on the idea of "Channels … Continue reading What are mixes and why do I need them?