Inspiration can strike at any time, which is why it’s important to get those great ideas down on paper as quickly as possible once they enter your mind. Wridea is a web-app that can help with that process, by providing a simple solution to a common problem. People who use Wridea can quickly jot down all their best ideas – and even some not-so-good ones – organize those ideas by category, and then discuss the potential consequences of any of those ideas with friends, colleagues, and total strangers online.
If you’ve got ideas, then you’ve got a reason to sign up for Wridea. Create an account for free. In less than 30 seconds, you’ll be typing in your first idea on one of Wridea’s custom idea boards. Click “Add new idea” and type in a sentence or two about whatever your idea was. To add a more detailed description, click “Details.” You can also share the idea with friends by clicking the “Sharing” button and selecting whether you’d like to make the idea private, public, or visible only to select friends online. Once you’ve got a handful of ideas under your belt, you’ll need to start creating new pages to keep everything organized. Pages are generally centered around categories or themes, and you can share each different page with a select group of friends depending on what the content of the page pertains to. Share a page of work ideas with your colleagues from the office, for example, while keeping a page of home improvement ideas visible only to you and your spouse.
To get additional help brainstorming and fleshing out your new ideas, keep an idea public and share it with the entire Wridea community. Community members and online friends can comment on your public ideas and offer advice on how to expand on those ideas to make them even better. For people who need help keeping their thoughts organized, Wridea is an interesting solution.
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