Powerful Sharing, Made Easy: What’s a Roll Good For?
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Most activities are better with friends by your side, like trying a new restaurant or catching the latest Handmaid’s Tale episode (except when your friends talk during the show, not cool). Your Bublup folders are like that too — they’re way more fun to save in after you invite your friends!
Group folders give you an easy way to keep your inner circles connected to relevant information that stays visually organized. Since you can make a folder for any topic, you can keep your vacation plans separate from your work files, and your favorite EDM tracks separate from your TPS reports you need to work on this Saturday. Check out some ways group folders would come in handy.
If you’ve ever tried to plan something with lots of details like a vacation, you know how chaotic it can get. When you’ve got group text messages, emails, and phone calls going with 6 different people, important information is easily lost. You’ll find yourself scrolling back looking for links, notes, and photos your friends sent with little luck and a lot of time wasted.
Next time you’re planning a trip, try making a group folder. Everyone’s hotel reservations, all the restaurants you want to hit, flight information, activities you want to book, and so much more can be neatly organized in one place. Because links and all different media types can be stored here, it’ll be perfect to have during the planning stages and during the trip as well. What was the name of that cool beach everyone wanted to check out? Just pull up it up from where you saved it!
Each member can have editing capabilities so they can contribute or simply view-only permissions. The only thing it can’t do is get you extra vacation days from work (although that feature has been requested).
Your roommate’s been emailing you links every day about stuff you need for the new apartment. But you’re having a hard time keeping track of who’s supposed to buy what, what’s already been purchased, and what belongs on a wish list. If you didn’t think a collaborative shopping cart was a thing, think again! A group folder is one of the most efficient ways to shop together.
You can organize your folder however you’d like, making sub-folders for what each member needs to buy, or maybe a sub-folder for each room. Heck, you could make a sub-folder solely for a couch!
With Bublup, you’re not limited to saving wish lists on any one site you’re shopping on. You can add links from any site on the web, and you’re not limited to just links! Ikea, West Elm, and Target links can all live in harmony along with your personal photos of the boutique furniture up the street. Being able to put online links in the same place as your photos and other files is liberating!
Group folders can be especially handy when you’re making a big purchase. Let’s say you and your bae are apartment hunting. You’ll want to take time to decide what the best fit is and organization is key. In Bublup, both of you can add listings you like from anywhere on the web so you each have quick access. Plus, a major bonus is you can add notes to anything – to a folder, links, photos, or whatever. Does that listing say balcony? Did it say the unit faced the park? Make a note…
We all have a coworker who pings us once a week because they can’t find that spreadsheet your team’s working on. Okay…maybe that coworker is you, but there’s hope. Imagine the team you’re on can keep important files, links, and notes in one place related to the project. If you deal with lots of media and links especially, inviting your team to a group folder where you can keep them all safe, sound, and easy to find will make your day run smoothly.
Anything from meeting notes to contracts to web pages related to clients can be accessible for the whole team. Beyond boosting productivity, it will be easier to onboard new team members as well. Invite new staff to your folder so they’ll have everything they need from day one.
The best part? Your inbox will clear out from the emails you don’t have to send about where to find important links or files.
These are just a handful of examples of how you can use group folders, the possibilities are endless. Invite your friends today!