HOA Website Provider Improves Board Communication with New Features

Four new features improve homeowners association’s ability to communicate with neighborhood and connect neighbors.
By: Michael Kritsch
 
Dec. 21, 2009 - PRLog -- “We receive a lot of great feedback from our customers” said Kritsch, Neighborino co-founder. “We’re very excited to announce the addition of new features that will help HOA’s run their website more effectively and help residents connect and communicate with each other.”

The most impactful new feature is the addition of forums. Residents can now register for their community website and have access to view and comment on existing topics, or start their own topic of interest within a dedicated forum area. Forums allow neighbors to converse on a variety of subjects, and site administrator’s have the ability to manage the forums and content how they see fit.

Another popular request was the ability to post ‘private stories’ that are for neighbors only and not viewable to the general public. Website administrators can now simply click “Private” when creating a story, and their story will be viewable only to logged in neighbors.

For communities with a variety of documents that need organizing, tagging is now available. Tagging a document groups all similar document types, making it much easier for neighbors to sort and find the document they’re seeking. Website administrators still have control to designate documents as publicly viewable, for residents only, or for board members only.

Lastly, enhancing the photo galleries was accomplished by giving website administrators more control over how the galleries are viewed and participated in. Administrators now have the ability allow or disallow uploads from residents, and can also make the gallery viewable to the public or to neighbors only. They also have the ability to edit photo descriptions and delete photos.

“We’re committed to listening to our customers and improving our software and features on a regular basis” said Kritsch. “Our commitment is to the HOA boards and the communities they serve. Our goal, as a trusted HOA website provider and partner, is to help them better communicate while lessening their workload and the time it takes to manage their website.”

About Neighborino
Founded in 2007, Neighborino is an Indianapolis-based software development firm committed to a fresh approach to homeowner association websites. Developed by three veteran web developers and homeowners association members, Neighborino’s web-based software packs powerful features into an intuitive interface that makes community communication easy to create and manage. Neighborino is a member of the Community Associations Institute. For more information about Neighborino’s web-based software, visit www.neighborino.com.

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Neighborinos provides on-demand web-based software that allows non-technical users to design, edit and publish homeowner association (HOA) and community websites in a fraction of the time and money than traditional web development applications.
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Source:Michael Kritsch
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