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The “Magic Trick”: Inviting users via Magic Link

The right invitation of new users is an important success factor for the launch of your app, because your staff or community expects maximum simplicity. No one wants to go through many, complicated steps from downloading the app to signing up. It has to be quick and easy. If there is already a user login, … Continue reading The “Magic Trick”: Inviting users via Magic Link

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10 small features that do big things

There are many small features that, when used correctly, can make a big difference! We bet that even for long-time users* of our platform there are some surprises and news. We bet that even for long-time users* of our platform there are some surprises and news. App recommendation to friends Recommending an app to a … Continue reading 10 small features that do big things

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How to start discussion and set topics with the new “threads”

There are many ways to discuss and exchange ideas and opinions in your own tchop-based community. In comments under articles or social media posts. Or of course in open, private chat groups or even in 1:1 conversations (read more about comments here). This differs in detail with the structure of a classic forum. Comments can … Continue reading How to start discussion and set topics with the new “threads”

You have the choice: article as link or directly native in the app

Some features are small and inconspicuous, but reveal a great added value. The ability to embed any web links or articles natively in the app with just a few clicks is one such feature. Today we want to explain in more detail how this works. Native UX or Web View The preferred, because easiest way … Continue reading You have the choice: article as link or directly native in the app

How to easily translate content in your app and edit translations

Many of our customers have a multilingual audience. Companies with locations in countries around the world, with an international workforce, or simply with use cases that are specifically tailored to international target groups (such as the Spanish-language app for the German soccer Bundesliga: "El Futbol Aleman"). Translating content is part of the "core business" here, … Continue reading How to easily translate content in your app and edit translations

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

The New In-App Messages – How to Reach Your Users Quickly & Easily

With the new in-app messaging functionality, you can display a message in your app when a user is currently using your app. Therefore, in-app messaging complements push notifications, with which messages are sent directly to the notification centre of the user's phone. In-app messages also solve another problem that exists with push notifications – users … Continue reading The New In-App Messages – How to Reach Your Users Quickly & Easily

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