If you are part of a local NGO, non-profit association or group, we invite you to spread your events or interesting local information in Qwasap. For this, we are developing two methods:
Notices are unique messages that reach all the people whose radius includes the emitting point of the message and also they reach to all the people who will be located in that zone until the date of expiration of the message.
They serve to disseminate information about events, courses, actions or any information that will be developed in a determined date.
Title of event, entity that organizes it, text, date, place (city, country or decimal coordinates of latitude and longitude, for example: 48.864715,2.2829673)
Ultimately, the editorial team of Qwasap is who has the final decision on whether or not a notice is issued.
BROADCAST MESSAGES (RSS)
If your local organization has an RSS feed, it can be disseminated via Qwasap. The broadcast messages are received by all users whose radius includes the sending point, although they can decide whether they want to continue receiving that information or not. For this in Qwasap there will be an option that will allow each user to block those broadcast messages that do not interest him.
Examples of appropriate RSS feeds may include, but are not limited to: lost persons, animals for adoption, cultural events, activism, traffic data, etc...
Title of the RSS feed, source URL, URL of the RSS feed, place from where it will be broadcast (city, country or decimal coordinates of latitude and longitude, for example: 48.864715,2.2829673)
IMPORTANT: Only RSS feeds with strictly local or regional content will be supported. We will evaluate all the proposals but the selection will be very rigorous taking into account the correct location of the content and the general interest for the users of Qwasap. The final decision on whether or not an RSS feed is published belongs to the Qwasap editorial team.
These functions are under development
Qwasap is a continually developing local communications platform. There are many more features on the way and we may make changes to what is already done according to the use and interest of users of the system.
We are all building a Global Help and Local Information Exchange Network. Thanks for being part of this story.