BTW, you guys rock. We’re using GroupMe to communicate amongst parents of...– Our favorite support email to date.
Guest Post: How Not to Fail at Using GroupMe
Sean Quinn is a writer for Hack College. He was previously the Vice President, Marketing and Media Relations and Community Blogger for Teens in Tech, a Silicon Valley-based start-up that provided technology opportunities for pre-teens and teenagers. Last week, Shep wrote about the new text message-based group collaboration tool - GroupMe - and he gave some examples on how it could be used for...
Here’s why you should pay very close attention to GroupMe, a startup that...– Silicon Alley Insider: Why GroupMe Could Get Huge, Fast: Normal People Love It
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Lifehacker: GroupMe Creates Easy to Manage Group...
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In case you missed it...
We launched to the public this week! Here’s a little roundup: GroupMe, Born At TechCrunch Disrupt, Secures Funding And Launches Inception: A Hackday Dream (The Story Of GroupMe) Freshly-Founded Startup GroupMe Raises $850k to Bring Group Chat to Mobile
GroupMe would like to give a shout out to Dennis Kwon and Matt Ward. Dennis and Matt stumbled into our Hacking war-room room just as we were getting started. The two were looking for a project to work on and were really excited by the idea. We spent the next 18 hours getting to know each other, building, teaching/learning from each other, and trying to get Matt’s computer to run Rails...
GroupMe Twitter! →
Make sure you’re following the official GroupMe Twitter account. All the cool kids are doing it!
Did You Know...
Dropping some GroupMe knowledge: As long as you and your friends can text message, you can be part of, create, and manage groups. No smartphone necessary! Just go to our website, enter your phone number, and create your group. Save your group to your phonebook! Every group gets its own unique phone number that lasts as long as you want it to. This means that you can save each group to your...
Command Central →
Check out the GroupMe #commands. They’ll help you create and manage your groups!
Get a Group!
Here are some cool ways people are using GroupMe: Families: Set up a group for your family and never miss a dinner! Friends: Organize your college buddies and keep everyone up to date on what’s happening. Need to figure out which soccer-mom is bringing snacks? A group can help you do that. Study groups and classes: There’s no better way to coordinate! Activities: On a softball...