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We’re not too far from having a beta version of the app available soon. I’d like to go ahead and try and build up a small community of people willing to test our app in an effort to go full-throttle when we are able to launch to the public.
Beta testing is a crucial step in this process. In order to have an impact, I’d like to get this right. Your help will not go unacknowledged
Don’t exactly know why I’m asking here, but I feel there’s a lot of enthusiastic/passionate people on the v2 forums
Gonna try and keep this short, but anyways, I had this idea ever since I went on youtube and saw someone’s ‘goodbye’ video in my feed. I’ve always thought that mental health is still very underrepresented, app I wanted to (have been) work(ing) on a little ‘anonymous’ social network app that attempts to connect people with mental health issues together.
From what I’ve seen, people reveal who they really are at best when they feel anonymous. My idea consists of having different categories present, and each category would have moderators. Users would be able to follow categories that mean the most to them (similar to reddit). Content from those categories would be presented to them as their feed. I also would like to have a feature that gives users immediate access to certain resources if they need help asap.
While mental health in it of itself is a big issue I want to be able to take on, I’d also like to pivot attention to humanitarian issues in general, meaning lgbt+ communities, etc. would be welcome.
I know I haven’t provided a lot of details, but I’m welcoming all input
I’m personally funding this myself. I’ve been working on it. My real question is if it’s something you could see being used by people, or even if it’s something you could see yourself using.