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A major update in SFERA

A major update in SFERA

It's time to share some news!

Today, we are releasing a series of updates resulting from four months of work by our team.

The most significant changes have affected the functionality of ASAP, which should significantly improve the performance of the messenger. This will be especially noticeable for Android users. The changes include improvements to call and push notifications and messages.

ASAP. New functions soon

ASAP. New functions soon

Now it's time to share our plans.

We are excited to announce that a new and highly anticipated feature will soon be added to ASAP - the admin role for group chats. Now, the owner of a group chat will be able to designate one or more administrators who will have access to chat settings and will be able to help manage its operations.

Update SFERA

Update SFERA

What's new in this update? We have done an excellent job of fixing all bugs and improving performance. The app is now faster and more stable. Additionally, we have added several new features.

Patchnote (10.02.23 – 10.03.23.)

Patchnote (10.02.23 – 10.03.23.)

Every day, SFERA becomes more functional and user-friendly. Continuous efforts are being made to enhance and broaden the application's features. We invite you to explore the updated SFERA project.

Our developers completed over 100 tasks in the latest sprint.

Find a friend anywhere in the world

Find a friend anywhere in the world

Upon logging in, the service retrieves photos from the user's profile. On the start screen, users can either go to their profile to edit their photos or proceed to the next step. The next step is to complete a questionnaire. If the user has answered questions before, the application will only ask for minor additions. The screen displaying the first unanswered question of the questionnaire will appear every time the user enters the sub-application until the questionnaire is completed.

Plans at work

Plans at work

The SFERA project is constantly improving and expanding its functionality. 

For instance, users who speak multiple languages can now specify up to five of them in their profile during registration. Additionally, the upcoming functionality will allow users to select the language of their choice for their publications.

What to post?

What to post?

With the increase in activity in the application and the growing volume of publications, we have decided to take a closer look at what content can be published in the application and how moderation works.

Users must follow the Community Standards to avoid misunderstandings. These standards are consistent with the rules of communication in the real world, and users can familiarize themselves with them in the Settings - Terms and Policies section. Every SFERA account owner must know and comply with these standards.