Redesigned Tuenti Móvil Account on the Tuenti app

Posted on 3/27/2015 by Pedro Mejuto, Product Manager

Today we are introducing a simpler and faster-loading redesigned Mobile Account for our customers in Spain, both on our iOS and Android app and on the web version. This redesign is another step towards standardizing these features at a global level and places the focus on usage management.

As such, the Account now includes new horizontal bars representing the amount of usage left in Bundles, and the time remaining until the customer’s tariff expires. In addition, the most commonly used actions such as topping up credit, renewing monthly Bundles or purchasing Bonoplus (both VOZDIGITAL and 300MB, 500MB and 1GB of data) are integrated on the Mobile Account’s main screen, so these actions are now only one click away by pressing the "+" button.

What’s more, the main screen also has shortcuts to Call History, Services, Support and the Invite and Earn program, which enables our customers to earn credit when they invite their friends to Tuenti Móvil.

And this is just a small sample of what we have in store and what we’ll be rolling out in the coming weeks. In the meantime, we’ll keep on working to further develop the operator of the future ;)

Tuenti, now in the cloud and without a SIM

Posted on 2/05/2015 by Luis Javier Álvarez, Product Manager

We are loaded with news! We launch innovations in our cloudphone service and in the website cell phone account.  In addition, we present the 5.7 version of Tuenti app for iOS and Android.

As from now, our website offers a new user experience for Tuenti Móvil clients that are now initially subscribing to the cell phone account and have their conversations on the right of the screen, without losing the social part of Tuenti.

In the version 5.7 that will be soon available in the App Store and Google Play, we have developed a more complete cloudphone service so our clients can make calls through VOZDIGITAL to their contacts from the phone of a friend or from the Tuenti website (with Chrome, Opera and also now Firefox) and that their number appears on the phone of the receiver. Thus, our phones will be always available from any device, even without having a Tuenti SIM in it. 

In addition, with this version all communications from clients with the same contact, although this has different telephone numbers, are in the same conversation in the chat history in the apps, with a clearer design and round avatars. 

Lastly, the 5.7 allows knowing the coverage quality for making calls through VOZDIGITAL before making them through the Tuenti app and, from the native operative system of the Smartphone in Android, the message will also include the quality of the VOZDIGITAL call.

Popular Photos and Album Editing Added to Tuenti

Posted on 4/08/2013 by Duaulina Pin, Product Manager

Along with user migration to the new web interface, we’ve incorporated a new feature that shows your friends’ photos with the most recent activity (likes and comments) in the last 24 hours, directly on the feed. This feature is called Popular Photos and now appears right after logging in on Tuenti. These photos are updated every day so that each time users log into their accounts, they’ll see images with the most activity.

We’re still working hard on the development of the new Tuenti design, so we’ve also incorporated the most recently requested option by users: Album creation and editing. Starting today, users can now edit photo albums from the Albums page, as well as delete them or delete several photos at once.

We’re looking forward to sharing our news with all of our users! We’ll be back soon with more!

The migration of Pages to the new Tuenti has started

Posted on 4/05/2013 by Bartek Kunowski, Product Manager

Just as we mentioned in our blog in January, we're already in the process of migrating Pages to the new Tuenti. The new web design (beta) meets the new needs of the mobile environment since we’ve modified and simplified Page features and functionalities in order to improve user experience and make the platform much simpler and more functional. Now, Pages are more visually attractive. Photographs and videos have been given a more privileged position right below the Page description, making way for easier accessibility. Administrators will have direct access to the Pages they manage on their profiles (upper right-hand side).

Now, Places will become standard Pages with the objective of optimizing the task of managing the corporate identities of brands on Tuenti. Thus, the check-in feature of Places will disappear and won’t be supported on the new Tuenti. In addition, Pages will no longer be visible on Tuenti Classic native applications.

On the other hand, hidden or closed Pages will not be migrated to the new web interface. Therefore, the Administrators of those Pages will not see them in the new design. If they would like to access them in order to get them back, they’ll have to contact the Tuenti User Support Team.

New Pages will be incorporating new features soon. For example, we’re working on making it possible for Administrators to work with their Page statistics. In the upcoming weeks, they’ll be able to filter results by time and export information to .cvs and.xls formats, features that until now had not been incorporated. At the same time, our Sales Team is developing a new portfolio of solutions that will be announced soon.

We’ve created a Pages Manual in which the main updates of this service on the new Tuenti are described in detail. We’re still working on making our web and mobile communication multi-platform product the simplest, most secure and most private, in order to meet all of the needs of our advertisers with a renewed proposition of added value, high segmentation and broad reach.

Web Version of the #NewTuenti Now for Everyone

Posted on 4/04/2013 by Phil Arkcoll, VP of Product

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been gradually opening up access to the new web interface in beta, which is much more streamlined and focused on instant communication tools. To make the change easier, we’ve developed a simple transition guide that explains the most important changes step by step (“Take a tour” from profile settings) and users will access the new design automatically after logging in. By the end of this week, all Tuenti users will have the new design implemented in their profiles.

As we’ve been explaining, social communication is becoming “more mobile” and at Tuenti, we’ve been working hard to put mobile at the center of our strategy. The user experience will be better and more homogeneous no matter the device from which users connect (the majority from smartphones). Thus, it’s been necessary make the new Tuenti much more functional due to the screen limitations of mobile devices.

On the web version of the new Tuenti, chat holds a central importance and positioning just like it does on the mobile apps. We’ve modified some features while eliminating and/or adding new ones. For example, videos and games are now accessed through the search tool. Invitations and event comments still appear in the notification center, but can also be accessed from directly above the Feed. We’ve added new features such as comments on Personal Space and Popular Photos which show photos shared among friends with a lot of recent activity. We’ve also updated the look of Tuenti Móvil, and users can now directly access the store and profile, allowing them to manage and view everything related with their entire account, including the call log and online support tools.

The new Tuenti is even better, but we know that change isn’t always easy. We’ll soon be releasing more news about new features on the new Tuenti which will help us make new strides in the development of the market’s most simple, secure and private mobile and web communication multi-platform product.

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