Communities are already packed full of supportive organisations ready to contribute to a safer and stronger society.
Now your organisation will have great ways of reaching out, responding to and interacting with residents and other organisations in your local area.
How your organisation will be seen and heard
You can select what area (“zone”) your organisation covers. Whenever a user is in or near your zone, they will be able to discover your organisation as an active resource in the area.
Your organisation can have its own profile page where you can tell users what your organisation does, your values and your contact details.
Organisations can be made up of multiple Trygve users - or ‘team members’.
A badge of your logo will be pinned to every team member and your organisation will be part of these individual users' profiles.
Badges have an enormous impact on how individual users are perceived in the community. Badged users are seen as trustworthy members of society and their behaviour can have a positive effect on your organisation's integrity.
How your organisation can be contacted
Your organisation can receive direct reporting from users, if you choose. Unlike collaborative groups, direct reporting is private communication between a Trygve user and your organisation.
Organisations choose what kind of matters will be reported directly to them (urgent, non-urgent) and customise the policies for each method.
All team members will be notified of a direct report and have the ability to respond on behalf of your organisation. Reports can be marked ‘completed’ by team members and are stored.
Check it out!
Here are a couple of prototypes from a Trygve user perspective to get a better feel for Organisations.