SOCIAL MEDIA APPS FOR HOUSING ASSOCIATIONS
- 25 Jul
Here is a list of some useful apps that can be used creatively for your housing association
- This is a photo app that can be useful for tenants if used in a creative way
- External communications can be catalysed by posting pre-designed social media templates for events or announcements
- You can engage with your tenants about different topics
- This can help those with diverse languages amongst their tenant base
- You can translate written documents and have live face to face conversations with a tenant who speaks a different language, for free
- Housing officers can also use this to communicate with people in the community
- This app can also be loaded onto a touchscreen device in your reception area for ease in communication
- This app is very useful for swapping homes
- It is recommended to tenants looking for a way to swap homes
- This app has the ability to stream video live
- Imagine a customer live streaming a repair issue directly to a repair technician, thus saving an inspection
- This app allows free messaging among users
- A contact centre can be easily set up on a mobile device
- This is a very reliable, easy to implement and free web chat solution
- You would need to set up an account online
- Why use expensive phone lines to communicate with one tenant at a time when you can deal with five simultaneously?
You can download these apps online and via Android or IOS devices as well. Enjoy!
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For more details, visit Inside Housing
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