November 21, 2019

Turtle now has In-App Notifications

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Every form of network has notifications to let their users know how other users of the network reacted to their contributions. This is really important so that users have the feeling to be part of a real community.

From now on you get notified, when

  • a user comments on a link you shared
  • a user replies to your comment
  • a user saves your weblink to his/her library
  • a user follows you
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