Jelly Lets You Ask Questions & Get Answers From Your Social Networks
Biz Stone is most famous as the co-founder of Twitter, but he’s always innovating. His last venture, the blogging platform Medium, has been quite successful. And now, Stone is taking on the Q&A world with Jelly, an app that lets you get answers about anything by tapping into the knowledge of your social networks.
If you spot something that you don’t know, all you have to do is ask about it on Jelly. It’s a new kind of social network which taps into your existing social network connections. You can help your friends, friends-of-friends and ask them questions in return. If you like an answer, send them a thank you card—and try and collect some for yourself by being helpful. Basically, it’s a lot like Quora , but improving on its core experience by letting you connect it with other social networks.
The good part is that Jelly isn’t limited to the app itself. You can forward any question to people who aren’t using the app via messages or emails. Plus, Jelly supports (and encourages) using images. Just click a photo with your phone’s camera and use it to illustrate what you want to ask about, complete with the ability to crop, reframe, zoom, and draw on your images to get more specific.
Jelly is available as a free app for iOS and Android. You can download the app and find out more about Jelly at the official website.
Source: Jelly Blog