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I just heard about Wiggio (, a program that allows you to connect with groups in a number of ways. It sounds helpful for ministry teams. Youth Leaders or Sunday School coordinators could use it to send text messages to teachers/leaders, poll them about possible dates for upcoming events, etc.

Here's their intro video:


Has anyone out there used it? What feedback can you offer? I've used Google groups in a similar way, but it doesn't have the text messages or voice messages feature. But Wiggio is free, so I wonder if it's too good to be true?


This sounds intriguing. From my experience everyone has a way to collaborate but is on a different platform which makes it difficult for everyone to participate without learning something new. I'm curious if Wiggio solves this. It seems that when deciding how to collaborate you need to choose between a platform that is feature-rich and one that is familiar or used by a high percentage of the group. I would usually go with the option that more people are familiar with, otherwise participation can be low. So, Facebook or email groups are becoming / staying a easy way to connect and have good involvement / participation even they they lack important features. 

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