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Groups (Social groups, Roles, Content)

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Laszlo Kardos

on 8 April 2013

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"In the social sciences a social group has been defined as two or more humans who interact with one another, share similar characteristics and collectively have a sense of unity." Shared Characteristics values interests representation # of people social cohesiveness Dyad Triad Clique Household 2 3 3 6 Club 10+ Community 30+ Squad Team 5+ 3-15 Primary groups Secondary groups Various categories of groups A small social group whose members share personal and lasting relationships. Large groups involving formal and institutional relationships. social groups more then a simple collection of people They try to cover the entire spectrum Typical collaboration apps focus on squads/teams because of projects We have 3 alternative approach to implement groups Cover the entire spectrum Cover primary groups Cover the secondary groups From the strong collaboration perspective this type is our target group People perspective Content perspective Notes Notebooks Libraries Emails Threads Posts
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shared Business Why? Strong collaboration activity is related to strong, personal and lasting relationships. Why? Because people who has a strong relationship better accept ideas, from others. So they tend to collaborate by asking feedback. 2 ways to connect people and content e-mail address username probably a group property probably NOT a group property 2 alternative approach Leader/
Admin Leader/
Admin Thought
Leader Leader/Admin Thought
Leader Admin Thought
Leader Leader Thought
Leader Thought
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Leader Admin Admin Roles are always there in social groups. free join
more admins join if invited
one admin pro: don't have to deal with e-mail address losses con: you cannot remember you username pro: e-mail addresses are remembered very easy con: you can lose you e-mail address Project teams (EDU, SMB) People with strong connections (Family, Friends) Group administrator Business administrator Group member Role Manages People in Group People in Business His own content Others content Business license is separate since it brings in another level but not necessarily a new technical group What kind of social groups exist?
What do our competitors do?
What is the strategy we should take?
What does this mean from the various roles perspective?

What type of contents exist?
How these contents are attached to people?
What are the pros and cons of these approaches? Conclusion go for the primary groups (SMBs, Education, Family, Friends)
Business organization is a different feature (it allows you to manage groups too) - it can be a group but not necessary
email or username is separate question/feature that can be answered later
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