Community-building starts in your social feed. Connect with residents, and allow them to connect with each other.
Retain and upsell your residents by creating a strong, engaged community and turn it into your number one asset. Amenities sell the lease, engagement upsells it.
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The strongest communities are the ones that thrive on their own, with residents building engagement through each other. The social feed allows residents to see staff announcements, upload pics of recent events, and more importantly, post questions or ideas for their neighbors.
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The social feed also helps site teams distribute new policies, invite residents to events, post surveys, and create an engaged, participative, and active community. Site teams can always go in to review resident postings and popular trends or topics they’re discussing. Wether they’re good or bad, you want to be in the loop!
Residents at Atlas Oakland, where their Flamingo-powered Resident Engagement App has over 90% of adoption, organize their own events, clubs and meetings through the social feed!
Get the ball rollin’ and empower your residents to build a thriving, active community.
Here are a few things you can do:
Community and engagement are co-creations. Empower your residents, stay consistent and watch your property grow into a healthy, tight-knit community.
If you are already a part of the Flamingo family and want to get started on using the Social Feed, follow the following steps.
Log in to your dashboard and navigate to Communication, located on the top menu bar. Once here, the Social Feed panel should open up; this is where you can manage your feed, posts, and much more.
The Social feed feature is made up of 7 tabs, each of which boasts different functionalities:-
If you are experiencing difficulty connecting review sources or require additional assistance with the Social Feed feature, please contact us via chat or at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to assist.