With the new feature of being able to organize your networks in categories, here are a few examples of doing so for your personal networks.
Personal Network Categories
While you can have one category just for personal, this can be expanded to a few different areas, such as:
- Friends: Have all your networks with different groups of friends in one place for easy reference.
- Family: Add a category for Family to centralize your family networks.
- Hobbies: For any networks you’re involved with that are focused on your hobbies.
- Neighbors: If you have any neighborhood or community networks.
Of course these are just examples, you can add categories for whatever is appropriate for you.
Learn more about using My Odysen to organize your networks, including the key features, FAQs and other relevant blog articles.