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To invite someone to a GNOSS community, first you have to enter the community. Are you there yet? Then, in the ‘I want to’ menu you will see ‘invite people to the community’. Click it and invite new people to the community by selecting them among your contacts or enter their email addresses.

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Publicado el 17.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

 

Did you find someone with common interests who you’d like to contact with? If this is the case, you can send him a message or add him to your contact list. You can do it from the action menu on the right of the person’s name in gnoss.com.

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Publicado el 17.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

 

A user with organization identity, as with personal identity, has a GNOSS menu to access his inbox, his profile, the profile of his organization and to see who his organization contacts are, but also to know in which communities he participates representing his organization and which blogs he has created or can edit on behalf of his company.

Therefore, you can access the same utilities as with personal identity but there is a difference to keep in mind: a user with organization identity participates in GNOSS on behalf of his organization and therefore is subject to the guidelines established by it. The organization account manager  is the person who decides the participation mode of the organization (personal or corporate), who the users of that account  are and which of its users will represent the organization in the different GNOSS communities where the organization is involved.

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Publicado el 17.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS


In GNOSS you can create as many biographies as you need to share them with the members of the communities you take part in. How? Go to my profile in your personal menu and click on ‘edit biography’. There we’ll ask you to tell us the most significant and relevant facts to your professional and personal life (Biography), what you do today (Now I am), what your whishes and goals in life are (I would like), what you can offer to the community GNOSS (I can offer), what your interests are (I’m interested in) and to define yourself in four words (Tags)... or five, as you need. To see how your biography looks like, you can click on preview and save it if you like it, or edit it again if you want to change or add something new. Whatever you do, don’t forget to save it when you are ready.

You can edit and extend this biography you’ve just created (if you want); select it and click on edit. Once finished, you can make a copy of it by clicking on ‘Duplicate’ and make the changes you need to adapt it to the community in which you want to introduce yourself.

You already have your first two biographies in GNOSS. Now you only have to share them in the communities you participate in so that its members can know you. If you select one of the bios you just saved, a menu on the top will activate. Click on share and then on the community you want and save.

How do you know which biography is shared in each community you participate in? Very easy; in my profile go to ‘home’ and select the community in the box next to See user’s profile.


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Publicado el 17.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

 

 

You can carry out some actions with people, organizations, communities and blogs in GNOSS. Those are shown in the actions menu that you’ll find on their right.

You can add a person as your contact, or if it is so, make friends or eliminate him as a contact, send a message and subscribe to his/her profile. You can also subscribe to a blog from the actions menu. In the case of a community, you can leave it or invite other people to join it.

The actions you can do with an organization depend on your identity. When participating with your personal identity, you can add the organization as contact, and send a message that will reach the administrator of that organization. When participating with your corporate identity you can only add it as a contact to your organization if you are the administrator of the latter.

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Publicado el 17.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

The community manager introduces the RSS feeds of his favorite contents. Then he can read them and publish them as resources in the community.

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Publicado el 10.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

The manager of a gnoss.com community can block or expel users. He also has the possibility of changing the role of the community member (manager, supervisor or user).

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Publicado el 10.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

The gnoss.com communities allow the managers to certify the contents. They can assess them according to the criteria they want. In the case of this video, the certification policy has established: Excellent, Very Good…, but the manager could have chosen 10, 9, 8… or I like it, I don’t like it…

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Publicado el 10.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

 

 

Tutorial that shows how to create a new category in the management of a gnoss.com community. It also shows how to modify it, move it or rename it.

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Publicado el 10.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

gnoss.com allows the community managers to include the rss of their favorite webpages so that they can share content easily. This video shows an example using a web of news.

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Publicado el 10.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

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