Building a strong community and managing data for Poultry A2z

Challenge- Poultry A2z wanted to build a platform where they can bring every person belonging to poultry sector at one place and where they can post their problems and get solutions from other people or get in touch with consultants or doctors and also a place where they can manage all of their data. Solution- We understood their problem and came up with an app where people can sign up and start posting photos, videos etc. We also came up with implementing like and comment options so that users can see the response on their post and also No. of people who saw their post We also provided them with the option of posting a job or the option to applying for one. In the app we provided them with a feature where people can get directly in touch with doctors or consultant so that they can get an expert advice on the problem they are facing. And also provided with an option of reviewing a post for the admin so they can edit/delete anything that seems inappropriate for the community. Some of the features used Catalogue Create and manage a list of products or services users can view and navigate through. This may include descriptions, pricing, images and other details about each item. Helpful when users are browsing by making comparison easier. Post creation Users can create and publish content. They can customise the format and style of their posts and attach media. An essential tool for users to share their thoughts, ideas and stories with others. Comments Users can post and read comments on the content you have. They can also reply to specific comments in a thread, to boost conversations and interactions inside the product. Search Enter search queries and see related results from your database. Users can click/tap on results to view the result in more detail. Content Flag Users can report content, for example as abusive, inappropriate, or irrelevant. Promotes a sense of community and enables you to respond as soon as possible, rather than spending time manually checking content.

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