Have you looked at a profile on Ohai and thought to yourself, “I think my colleague Sumit might find this person interesting”? Well, lucky for Sumit and your other colleagues, now Ohai provides you with a way to share that person’s profile with them! Ohai has a new in-app ‘share profile’ feature (which is the triangular icon at the top of the profile view) on each profile. Using this, you can share profiles of people you find on Ohai with friends/coworkers across any social media platform of your choice (WhatsApp, Facebook, LinkedIn or Instagram). They’ll will get a link to that person’s profile and can easily get in touch with them on Ohai!
Imagine, for instance, you find Amitabh Bachchan on Ohai, and your friend Rajkumar Hirani is looking for a veteran actor for his next film. You can share Amitabh Bachchan’s Ohai profile with Rajkumar Hirani, who can easily connect with Amitabh Bachchan, all thanks to you!
You could also ‘share profile’ on a group with people that would find that particular person relevant.
Here at Ohai, we take privacy very seriously. A user always remains in control of how much information about them is being shared with the public. When you share someone’s profile with a friend, your friend has the option of getting in touch with them or saving their profile. In both of those cases, the person whose profile is being shared will have accept their request for their personal information (phone number) to be shown.
To illustrate this, let’s go back to the case of sharing Amitabh Bachchan’s profile with Rajkumar Hirani. Mr. Hirani would have the option to Get in Touch with Mr. Bachchan, or save his profile. Mr. Hirani wouldn’t have access to Mr. Bachchan’s contact details until Mr. Bachchan accepts his request, and I think we can all agree that getting Big B in touch with Raju Hirani would be a great thing to happen to the Hindi Film Industry!
Using the share feature, you can help build a lot more connected and efficient network on Ohai which will be helpful to everyone involved. Get Ohai at to discover interesting profiles around you and share away!
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