How to submit? – Microblog With Your Local Community

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Osutra.comOsutra is a micro messaging platform that will let you talk with people in your local community, as opposed to something like Twitter that will let you talk with people in Timbuktu if that is what you want to do. The idea is to let local communities form stronger bonds and tackle any issue that might be calling for attention in a direct manner.

Using this service is certainly straightforward, as all you have to do is create an account and then choose the neighborhood or neighborhoods that you wish to start tracking. You can then start talking with locales about the latest news and events in that place, and work together on ways to have a better community.

As you have just read, it is possible to track as many neighborhoods as you want. That is useful if you have relatives elsewhere and you want to keep an eye on the way everything is going, and you can also use such a functionality if you have moved out of a neighborhood and you want to keep in touch with those who you met there in the most localized way of all. In Their Own Words

“Osutra’s objective is to help people track and share timely, important local information.

From real time local news and events to issue-based neighborhood forums and updates, and everything else in between – Osutra provides its users an instant connect with their locales. The service is dedicated to creating a robust local community which shares not just a stronger sense of bonding with fellow neighbors but also a greater sense of responsibility towards each other and the society as a whole. And Osutra will leverage all three – technology, ingenuity and commitment – in its drive towards this goal!”

Why It Might Be A Killer

It is a very immediate way of communicating with people in your same geographical zone and dealing with any issue that merits your attention.

Some Questions About

Which languages are supported, and which ones will be added next?

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