An instant forum and chat point for group conversations
"Easier than e-mail"|
This is Nattery's bold claim, and we're confident that when you have done some
nattering you'll agree. Not only easier but much more versatile!
"Better than e-mail"
It's more versatile and packed with useful features such as an image gallery and
file store, polls and graphs, and simple forum-style comments.
Avoiding the dreaded cc emails!
Ever had to email information to a dozen different people and waited for
responses? Did you use cc or bcc? Were those people supposed to 'reply all' or
just back to you? It was probably a mess with lots of disjointed
half-conversations and with the thread of the conversation getting confused as
copied text begins to dominate each successive email your receive. Nattery
solves this problem once and for all, grouping everything together on a simple
elegant web page that you and your colleagues can view and contribute to.
"Oops, I forgot to attach the file!"
We've all done it with e-mails - written our wonderfully detailed e-mail and
then forgotten to attach the important file or picture that was the reason for
the email in the first place. So you have to send the email again with a humble
Nattery addresses the need of all kinds of small groups who are trying to keep their conversations on track. Ideal uses for Nattery are:
- Small clubs
- Groups of friends planning something
- Football teams, in fact any kind of sports teams
Take a look at our blog and guide at
www.nattery.info for up to date information.
An instant no-registration forum|
You probably belong to too many websites, and
have countless user names passwords to remember. Nattery takes a different
approach - using coded links it enables you and your friends/family/colleagues to
join in the conversation just by clicking the emailed links.
Here's how it works
1. Click the new link above.
2. On that page, fill in your email address, the subject, and write your text.
3. Enter your guest email addresses.
4. Click update!
(You could also have uploaded picture and made a poll at that point, but it's
easy to add them later.)
You've now started your first Nattery conversation. Check your emails. You'll
have received a confirmation request. Click on the link in the email and you're