Plan and Organize Your Chats with @Nurph #WebToolsWiki

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Nurph is a Twitter chat platform featuring channels that let you plan and organize your chat, complete with follow-up stats and replays. It allows users to find out who signed up for their real-time chat conversations.

Nurph allows users to join, start or watch a chat as it happens. With this simple tool, you can plan and moderate your chats and conversations. Another feature of this tool is it lets you measure the level of engagement and participation of people joining your chats through the statistics provided after each conversation.

Additionally, its chat replay feature allows you to play back past recorded chats in various speed levels.

Chats on the Nurph platform are free and are easy to participate in, easy to run, and easy to share.

Launched in 2009, Nurph was founded by Chief Product Officer @NeilCauldwell, a programmer and designer who develops the direction of the platform, plans the development of new features, heads up comms with the community, and keeps the robots in check.


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