In this box, which expands when you mouse over it, you can post your updates and humanly communicate with the world.
Unlike other social networks, tHN conversations are always transcendental and humanly significant, and therefore they are categorized so that each post has a specific theme that identifies it.
By default the entries are "Human" type, so that when you post, your followers will see, for example, "Alberto Medrano Murgia has published a Human post". The other options of types of post are as follows:
We invite you to value the good deeds you do in your daily life and post them in tHN. This is a way of becoming aware of your actions, of expressing your satisfaction with how well they make you feel and, also, it is a great example for others to do the same and we feel all proud of our good actions, we promote them and between all of us make a better world.
You can post the details of an event on a charity event, a charity concert, an activity of your project or your organization, demonstration, etc.
You can ask a question mentioning the person it is for, or in general to all your followers.
One very important thing you can do in tHN is to saying thank you, something so simple, so cheap, so natural and so human, and that we do so little.
We encourage you to everyday thank someone who has helped you in your life, people who you're grateful to, because thanking humanizes you, values the reason for the thanks and, also, has a very special impact on who it is addressed to who will without a doubt be grateful for your public (or private if you are sending it in a message) thanks.
Another of the most human actions that exists is saying sorry, setting our pride aside, and being sincere and humble with others.
The impact saying sorry to others is equal to or even greater than thanking, so we encourage you to use this opportunity offered by tHN to humanize your personal relationships, and show an example to others of how good, effective and human saying sorry is.
Once you have assigned a category to your post by clicking on its icon, the geolocation appears (if you accepted this browser option when it has asked you at some point), so that the information of the city, and even district, you are going to post from, will appear in the update of your status or post. You can delete this information at any time if you don't want it to appear.
And last but not least, in tHN you can post your entries simultaneously on the tHN itself, but also on your Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin profiles if you have your accounts connected (see point "Connecting Networks" in the human profile editor).
Thus, the entire contents of your entries will be posted in tHN, but other Facebook friends, Twitter followers and Linkedin contacts may be notified that you posted something human and important in tHN human, different from what you usually post in these social networks.