Nabr Network’s communication heart is a mobile and web application called the Community Feed. The Community Feed is a scrolling news feed that is common in typical web and mobile based news feeds.
Authorized access to the feed and secure side information requires authentication of the resident through the official association member list. This authentication can be done through integration with accounting software partners or manual synchronization which is handled by Nabr Network. Once authenticated, the resident can logon to the Community Feed and other secure side information through mobile, desktop or tablet.
Channels and Interactive Option
Posts to the Community Feed can be categorized by “channels” for greater eye-catching and sorting. The Association News channel is for the official business information by the association where only the community manager, and other authorized designees, can publish to it. The Community Feed can be set to “one-way” where only information can be sent by the manager or authorized designees. Conversely, the Community Feed can be set to “interactive” where all authorized residents can post to other available channels such as Watch Alerts, Lost and Found, Social and Groups, to name a few. The one-way and interactive feature is your choice, Nabr Network can turn it on or off at a flip of a switch.
Worry-free Interactive Posting
Community Feed Notifications
A great feature developed for the Community Feed is residents are not required to log in every day to find out what’s new in their community association. Nabr Network wants to make sure that community members have all modern notification options available to choose from: mobile push notifications, text message notifications and email notifications. Community managers and administrators find these notifications especially useful in the case of an immediate need for a maximum community outreach.
Nabr Network knows that many residents prefer to use their smartphones, so that is why we’ve developed a downloadable mobile app for iOS and Android operating systems. All interfaces in the Community Feed are user-intuitive and specifically designed and developed for mobile and community associations in mind. Our mobile development team tests the features weekly and continues pushing seamless upgrades to the apps.