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Apps For Intercommunication?

Postby FractalHive » Wed Dec 01, 2021 4:08 pm

Is anyone aware of any apps which would allow our selves to communicate better with one another?
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Re: Apps For Intercommunication?

Postby silvie05 » Fri Dec 03, 2021 7:27 am

i think simply plural (which is on android & ios) allows you to make notes and polls & other things, but we personally just use discord with the pluralkit bot, which works pretty well for us. hope you find something that works for you!
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Re: Apps For Intercommunication?

Postby Amythyst » Mon Dec 06, 2021 6:05 pm

we use discord with pluralkit too, & we know a couple other systems who do that as well
like setting up a private server & even separate channels for different selves to talk or use as journal & stuff
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Re: Apps For Intercommunication?

Postby Muninn » Fri Dec 10, 2021 2:07 pm

we use an open source note taking app (joplin) for journals, and it also workes sometimes for asynchronous communication, like someone did write something and maybe someone would answer a few days later.

But recently we discovered Antar, which seems to work a lot better for almost synchronous communication for us. It's a free app (ios and android afaik) which is built similar to other chat-apps, but you can create as many "personas" (with colors and avatar) as you want and easily switch between them for communication. You can also create threads. And it is possible to export everything as markdown.
For some of us it was surprisingly helpful for starting communication between co-con parts, which we actually didn't manage so far.
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Re: Apps For Intercommunication?

Postby Arik » Mon Dec 13, 2021 3:36 pm

There was a time when Jeanette and I e-mailed each other to ensure there was no miscommunication.
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Re: Apps For Intercommunication?

Postby spinningtops » Tue Dec 14, 2021 12:00 pm

i wonder how a writing program would work? some have lot's of places for note taking, plus if you own the program you would know it's private.
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Re: Apps For Intercommunication?

Postby FractalHive » Sun Dec 19, 2021 7:43 am

I found Mytter, and we like it so far, but I am definitely going to check out that Antar app and see if it is easier to switch between alters. The problem for us with Mytter is that we have hundreds of cores and dominant personalities, so having to move each one up the list individually is actually quite annoying.

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