Womity: A network for advice and decision-making group
Four Spanish companies have created a new social network (not going to get life to be at all …) that helps to make group decisions and advice.
Mission: To avoid using emails constantly from friends and acquaintances for ideas and queries. In fact, it helps pay similar to the communities so long known as Taringa in which users collaborate to obtain answers to questions of all kinds.
How it works The requests that we are called womit and know how many have responded to each and who they are. Create a womit, marks a time for us to answer, enter the options we have to decide and finally invite friends to vote .
As is common today in these networks, you can import contacts from Gmail or Yahoo! The user creates a network of friends Womity can invite those who answer your questions anytime you need help making a decision.
What kind of help can be raised? Well, for example, want to give something to a friend for her birthday gift and do not know which to choose. Or maybe you want to surprise your partner and take a different site. A original restaurant for the weekend? What I will do better diet? Is this a good English school, or maybe I’m in for this one? …
Although the video presentation on key joke, the protagonist has decided “not to decide” more of itself, is supposed to help are asked not to make important decisions.
As you can see in this video, the decision exemplified does not seem to be very common .
Link: Womity: a tool for decision-making group on the Internet (The Confidential)Tags: decisions, Gmail, Womity, Yahoo!