a messaging system for your community,
your private social network.
- In-app content curation
- Limited, admin-verified member access
- Twitter-style @mention system
- Personal profile page
- Invitation system
- Private messaging (Q1 2015)
- Groups (Q2 2015)
- LinkedIn integration (Q2 2015)
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Frequently Asked Questions
Over the past year, the open rate of emails has tremendously declined: people receive too many emails, some are redirected in Gmail's promotion tab or worse: in the SPAM folder.
With your own private mobile app you can instantly notify each member of your community in their pocket wherever they are. And best of all: they can immediately take action in the app.
Facebook and Twitter are an excellent starting point, but more often than not, your posts are drowned in the users' streams of data.
With a custom mobile app, you make sure members get notified immediately whenever you post something. Also, a custom app drastically increases member engagement: they feel like they belong, it's their own private community app.
A WhatsApp group allows you to discuss with your community. But it's restricted to real-time messaging, the number of users is limited, you have to manually add members, and last but not least, there is no way to prove your group's authenticity among homonyms.
With your custom community app, you can discuss in real-time, but also organize events, gather feedback, and learn about members around you. Also, there are no restrictions: you manage the content of your community app the way you want.
Slack is a wonderful app for project management. If you have a team looking for a collaboration tool to share documents, build a knowledge base, in short: get some work done, go for it. Minsh on the other hand, is a private social network. It helps you communicate more easily with your community, share and discuss, keep members informed about upcoming events. Also, let's not forget that Minsh is a white-label solution: it's your own app, your own data, and your own brand on the app stores.