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Welcome to Jelly

Jelly was built by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone as a "social search engine." It's an app where you can ask any question and send it to your social network via Facebook and Twitter.

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Add a question

Jelly is focused on photos, meaning that to add a question, you first need to take a picture. You can add photos from your phone's library or search on Google Images if needed. The photo is supposed to illustrate your question or add context.

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Question time

Once you crop your image, you can add the text of your question. You can also add links and draw on your photo to make your point.
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Help out others

When you're not asking questions, you can answer them. Swipe through each question and add your knowledge. You can view others' responses in the app as well.
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Activity feed

Whenever something happens in the app, you'll see it all in the activity feed.
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Hey, thanks!

When someone likes the answer you left on his or her question, that person can send you a thank-you card. Jelly gets its name from jellyfish, and the app's aquatic theme shows on each thank-you card.
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All finished

Once you've swiped through every available question, the app tells you to come back later when there are new questions that need answers.
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