The procedure to block a person is very simple to use. The person only gets block from commenting on that particular post. Therefore, that person can still comment on other posts. You will see flag on the comment of person whom you will be blocking. Click on that flag and that person will get block.
There are three flags of yellow, glass and red color. These flags are step by step process of blocking a person. The yellow flag means that person will get block for few hours, glass flag means he will get block for few days and red flag means that he will get block till you unblock him respectively.
Challenge is a feature by which you can ask your friend to say something about you by joining this app or vice-versa. Click on the top-left option available on the front page. After that, click on challenge option. Then if you want to ask about yourself from your friends then click “to ask” or if you want your friends to say about you then click “to tell”. Then select your friends from the available options to challenge them.
Invite option simply send invite text to the other person to join this app. But through challenge option you can ask about you or tell about you to your friends. Both options will let the other person to join this app but procedures and influence of both options are different.
There are few peoples in everyone’s life who they hate but as there’s no option available in current social media apps to dislike that person. In UNSSPOKEN, you have that option to like someone’s profile by clicking on ‘angel’ or dislike someone’s profile by clicking on ‘devil’.
Yes, you can tag someone as angel or devil with both original as well as anonymous identity. Open profile of the person whom you want to tag. Swap to switch between your original and anonymous Id. Then click angel or devil.
This app provides you with so many new and unique features which other current social media apps are not providing. The major and most important one is the anonymous identity. With this you can post, like, comment and text either with your original identity or anonymous identity.