Celly is a platform for ad-hoc social networks that is accessible via iPhone, Android, Web, SMS text and even email. Members can join instantly with one text and create alert systems, send out polls, curate topics,safely exchange group messages.
On Celly, groups are called "cells".
Anybody can easily create, join, and discover cells by sending text messages to 23559. Group membership and message content can be moderated for security and relevancy. Cells can be private or public and organized by name, topic, and geography.
When you are using Celly, phone numbers remain private at ALL times. This makes Celly a great tool for large groups that need to coordinate, but require user privacy. You can use Celly group texting to broadcast alerts, promote events, administer classrooms, enhance mobile learning, gather feedback, or just to keep in contact with your friends and family.
Note: if you are trying to JOIN another cell, then you probably want to start with this guide: How to Join a Cell.
Cells function as chatrooms where people communicate instantly. Cells can also include messages from the web or other social networks. Celly has solved the problem of difficult on-boarding, annoying chat storms, and the potential dangers of online chatting.
can join instantly with one text and create alert systems, send out polls, curate topics, and safely exchange group messages.
STEP 1: TEXT START TO 23559
STEP 2: CHOOSE YOUR CELLY USERNAME
STEP 3: CREATE A CELL
STEP 4: INVITE FRIENDS TO YOUR CELL
Invite a friend by entering their username or phone number.
You can also enter multiple usernames and #s in one invite message
STEP 5: AFTER YOU ARE DONE INVITING, TEXT X TO FINISH.
If you need to invite a large group of people, consider having them text to join. For example, you would tell them to text @readingclub to 23559 to join. This way you don't have to manually invite each person.
Note: You can also send and receive messages from the Celly website or from our Android and iPhone apps (http://cel.ly/app)