By setting up your networks in Romanian, you can use with others living in different locations also preferring Romanian, here’s a list of the top 30 countries with the estimated number of native Romanian speakers.
Share content with others in Romania and next door neighbors, besides using in Romanian, you can also use in Ukrainian, Hungarian and Bulgarian.
- Romania: 17 Million
- Moldova: 2.6 Million
- Ukraine: 328k
- Serbia: 30k
- Hungary: 14k
- Bulgaria: 5k
Have networks with others in Europe, use in Romanian as well as Italian, Spanish, German, English, Portuguese, French and Dutch.
- Italy: 1 Million
- Spain: 800k
- Germany: 300k
- UK: 68k
- Portugal: 53k
- France: 50k
- Belgium: 46k
- Austria: 36k
- Ireland: 21k
Going South of Romania to Eastern Mediterranean, Middle East and Africa
For networks with locations to the South of Romania, other language options include using in Greek and Turkish.
- Israel: 212k
- Greece: 35k
- Cyprus: 24k
- UAE: 5k
- South Africa: 3k
Going East of Romania, including Russia, Asia and Oceania
Share content with others in Romanian, Russian, English, Japanese and others.
- Russia: 160k
- Kazakhstan: 15k
- Australia: 11k
- New Zealand: 3k
- Japan: 3k
For networks with people in North and South America, you can use in Romanian as well as English, Spanish and Portuguese.
- US: 340k
- Canada: 110k
- Argentina: 13k
- Venezuela: 10k
- Brazil: 4k
Types of content to share
Create separate networks for the different groups you’re involved with, keeping content focused as appropriate for each. Within the networks you can create folders for different topics or projects and add content to the relevant applications, some examples:
- Images: Share photos of your travels, others can see a collection in a slideshow and add comments for feedback.
- Events: Schedule both Romanian holidays as well as the ones from where you’re currently living.
- Videos: Upload and watch videos with others on your network.
- Notes: Add a bullet list of things to bring when visiting, add notes of new ideas or share secret family recipes.
- Actions: Use to help organize a project, including the priority, owner, due date and other relevant action information.
- Documents: Store miscellaneous backup files, such as travel documents, PDFs and other files.
- Websites: Share useful websites with others on your network, helpful to have in a centralized place.
- News: Add Romanian blogs that you think your group would be interested in or relevant for your network.
Learn more about using an Odysen solution with others in Romania, including using the applications, solution examples and other relevant blog articles.