If you’re from or working with others from Estonia and looking for a private network to share different types of content, here’s some of the benefits you’ll get from using an Odysen solution.
Use in your preferred language
Have networks in the language you prefer, helpful to more easily share projects and content with others in Estonia and neighboring countries.
- Estonia: Share content with others in Estonian.
- Neighbors: Use in Russian, Latvian, Finnish and Swedish.
- Baltics: Have networks with others in the Baltics, including Lithuanian, Danish and Norwegian.
- Others: For collaboration with people outside your immediate area, use in English, German, French, Polish, Dutch and more.
Different types of solutions
Adapt your networks in Estonia for different personal and professional environments.
Have separate networks for different groups of friends, family and other social activities, keeping content separate and organize for each.
- Friends and Family: Share favorite websites, blogs, plan events and share photos from prior activities.
- Travel: Use to help organize travel activities. Simply create a separate folder for each location, such as Tallinn, Tartu, Narva, Pärnu, Kohtla-Järve, Maardu, Viljandi, Rakvere, Sillamäe or Kuressaare and include appropriate application content in each folder. This could be local websites, blogs, adding events for upcoming visits or festivals and sharing photos or videos from previous trips.
- Groups: Have a network focused just for your association or organization in Estonia, use to share reference content and keeping members informed of changes.
For freelancers or other small businesses, you can use to organize content with clients, customers or colleagues.
- Freelancing: Have a separate network for each client, keeping content and projects focused for each. Add Newsletters to automatically get informed of new feedback or project ideas.
- Businesses: Share a network with colleagues in Estonia, use to share office files, useful websites, blogs for your industry, planning events, organizing projects and more.
Learn more about having your own networks in Estonia, including using the applications, solution examples and other relevant blog articles.
Matt | Posted on | May 15, 2013 | Comments Off