Before we talk about what Groupee offers, let’s review its concept: Unadulterated messaging, absolute filtration and control – to the sender and to the receiver of the message. For the first time, the control is handed over to the receiver of the message and not to the sender – A reversed concept when considering your run-of-the-mill texting applications.
The group’s admin can decide which and how many subjects will be discussed in the group. The receiver of the message chooses which subjects are of interest to them and only the relevant messages will be presented.
The user can modify the subjects anytime!
This group, though it is not limited in users, is suitable for an organic setting like close friends, family, small work crews etc.
Every user can send a message to all participants and most important – every user can choose which subject-related messaging they will receive.
For example: A small start-up company can open subjects like “Development”, “QA”, “Lunch”, “Marketing Lectures” etc. Each user can choose the content that is interesting or relevant to them and participate in those groups only.
The Group is private. Hidden in search engines. Joining by invitation only.
This group is suitable for people who are interested in getting information from the group but not interested in its members.
For example: A third-grade teacher, 2 assistants and the school’s headmaster can be admins in a group with subjects like “homework”, “trips”, “educational video”, “pictures from the classroom” or any other subjects.
The participants (pupils) can choose the subjects they would like to be updated with and will receive messages in these subjects only.
Who: suitable for big businesses, towns, associations etc., this group is reminiscent to telegram, only with an option to choose subjects.
For Example: The FC Barcelona Fan Club open a group with subjects like “League Videos”, “Statistics”, “Upcoming Games”, “Tickets Sales” etc.