From online personal meetings to microblogging - this networking platform offers everything in one place
Khul Ke provides a variety of features, including support for both short and long video formats and use cases to promote deep conversations and MeetUp for Online Personal Meetings.
Khul Ke, a networking platform for Indian space for open expression, has been launched. According to the company, the app will revolutionise the way people in India connect, converse, and contribute to a participative democracy. The app engages in community-building activities while accessing audiovisual content and engaging in dialogue with others who share your views.
The company said that the platform is getting good responses from users as it saw a month-on-month (M-o-M) growth of 10-15 per cent even during its test phase.
"The Khul Ke app is ready to shine a bright light on India's famous Padma recipients to start conversations around pressing matters and create an ecosystem that is replete with meaningful participation. These Padma Award winners, who are true-blue mass influencers in real life, have been provided with an ideal social media stage by Khul Ke to reflect on significant topics," the company said in a release.
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Khul Ke provides a variety of features, including support for both short and long video formats and use cases to promote deep conversations and MeetUp for Online Personal Meetings. Microblogging is another feature that allows users to connect informally and facilitate networking. Additionally, their private messaging service lets users make voice or video chats, and they also have an online meeting service called MeetUp.
Piyush Kulshreshtha, Founder & CEO, of Khul Ke said “In an era where social media has the power to ignite change, Khul Ke is dedicated to providing a platform where every Indian, especially the young and inspiring, can engage in meaningful conversations, share their perspectives, and actively contribute to the fabric of our society. We are here to redefine the way we connect, converse, and influence, ultimately shaping a brighter future for India.”
It has a feature called RoundTable, a platform for topical and moderated conversations ideal for live podcasting and interactive sessions. Additionally, TownHall, a microblogging feature, allows the sharing of thoughts with the option to upload documents, images, audio, or video. Snip-It provides a short video timeline for sharing creative content in videos of up to 2 minutes and 30 seconds. Bol Khul Ke, which elicits people's immediate reactions to hot-button issues and themes of public attention, is one of their most exciting short video use cases. Furthermore, MeetUp is an audio-video platform seamlessly integrated with Google and Outlook accounts, simplifying the organization and hosting of meetings.
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