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Community strategy: how to create yours from scratch

Community exists everywhere. We've all been a part of one in one way or another, and I suppose that's a significant reason why so many communities are founded without a plan. Each of us has firsthand knowledge of communities in the cultural sense. Even those who aren't experts in community building will believe that a … Continue reading Community strategy: how to create yours from scratch

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Comments vs chat: how do the two formats differ in your own app?

In our own tchop community - as on other social media platforms - there are two outstanding ways of conversing with or between users: Comments and chats. Comments are usually content-related, i.e. they take place in relation to content. In addition, they are naturally found as threads, i.e., within the framework of a discussion on … Continue reading Comments vs chat: how do the two formats differ in your own app?

Why having your own native app makes all the difference

One question that many companies constantly ask themselves in their internal communications, and also many content providers in the area of product portfolios, is: Do you need your own mobile app? Of course, this answer is not always easy. And often you can summarize: It depends! Not all communication providers need to create a real … Continue reading Why having your own native app makes all the difference

Use Cases for Employee Apps in Modern Companies

Mobile applications differ from desktop applications not only in the type of end devices, such as smartphones or tablet PCs, which make the applications available faster and more location-independent. They enable completely new use cases and areas of application in everyday business. The advantages of implementing mobile applications in the company are manifold (see also). … Continue reading Use Cases for Employee Apps in Modern Companies

Our 10 Most Underestimated Yet Powerful Features That Make Working with tchop Seamless

tchopTM is a fully customizable & feature-packed content curation platform with excellent community features. We built tchop to simplify content curation & community management with the flexibility to customize your own branded mobile platform. We do not believe in one solution fits all, especially in building a platform to host your community with its own … Continue reading Our 10 Most Underestimated Yet Powerful Features That Make Working with tchop Seamless

How to easily integrate the content of your own app into MS Teams or other systems

Many companies now use modern collaboration software such as MS Teams from Microsoft or Slack (now part of Salesforce) to organize everyday, team-internal communication more efficiently. These platforms are mostly intended to replace good old email as the primary means of collaboration. The idea: channel-based chats in groups or between individual or different users. The … Continue reading How to easily integrate the content of your own app into MS Teams or other systems