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Evrylife Use Cases

Examples of how app visitors and users can use Evrylife

Personal file storage and organization

Evrylife is a useful tool on an individual level for anyone looking to 'store' and 'organize' data on a decentralized content management platform. Users of Evrylife maintain full ownership and control over their content and account data.
The Evrylife application is designed to be useful whether there are only a handful of users or if the application becomes popular and gets widely used.

Exploration and searching for content

The Evrylife explorer can be used to find content added by Evrylife profiles and channels. Content is displayed in the directory with respect to the content creator's privacy level specified for each piece of content. If content is made public then anyone searching will be able to find it, if private then only the user who added it will have access to it.
Here are some examples of what users can do on Evrylife.
The following is a 'colour legend' to help visualize the different filters being used in the following Evrylife search examples:
  • Top level content type
  • Topics and niches
  • Locations
  • Content breakdowns and characteristics
  • Keywords, #hashtags
  • Interaction types, date filters, connections, and additional filters

Event search examples

User wants to find an ‘event’
  • A user wants to find an 'event', that falls within the niche 'live performance venue events' happening in ‘Vancouver, Canada’ on a 'Thursday night'. They can easily choose these filters to view any events that fall within this criteria.
    • For reference this is where 'live performance venue events' falls in the directory hierarchy; Events > General Events > Music & Nightlife Events > Live Performance Venue Events. There are also further niches that fall under this niche.
  • A user wants to find an 'event' that is a recurring ‘yin yoga class’, on ‘Wednesday night’, in ‘San José, Costa Rica’. They can easily choose these filters to view any events that fall within this criteria.
  • A user wants to find an 'event' that is a ‘guided tour’ of the ‘Grand Canyon’, in 'Arizona, USA' happening on ‘July 5th 2023’, starting between the hours of ‘11:00 am and 1:00 pm’. They can easily choose these filters to view any events that fall within this criteria.
  • A user wants to find an 'event' that is a ‘mixed martial arts class’ in 'Bangkok, Thailand' on 'Tuesday' at 'any time'. They put in the search with this criteria but there are 0 results. The user can ‘set an alert’ for ‘Mixed Martial Arts Class’ on ‘Tuesdays’ and they would receive a notification when someone adds an event that matches these requirements.

People (Profile) search examples

User wants to find a ‘person’
  • A user wants to find a 'person' who is a ‘wedding planner’ who is living in ‘Ubud, Bali, Indonesia’ and who is ‘available for work’. They can easily choose these filters to view any people that fit this criteria.
  • A user wants to find a 'person' who is a ‘female model’, living in ‘Paris, France' with ‘blonde hair’, ‘green eyes’, ‘age 28’. They can easily choose these filters to view any people that fit this criteria.
  • A user wants to find a 'person' who is a ‘plumber' that lives in ‘Nashville, Tennessee, USA’. They can easily choose these filters to view any people that fit this criteria.
  • A user wants to find a 'person' who is a ‘full stack developer’ that is from ‘Brazil’ and has experience with ‘React’, ‘Node’, and ‘Solidity’ who is available for ‘contract work’. They can easily choose these filters to view any people that fit this criteria.

Video search examples

User wants to find a ‘video’
  • A user wants to view a ‘video’ about ‘renaissance architecture’ related to ‘New York City, New York’, posted by someone who lives in ‘London, United Kingdom’. They can easily choose these filters to view any content that includes this criteria.
  • A user wants to view a ‘video’ about ‘ancient ruins’ in ‘Egypt’ and wants content that is related to content breakdown ‘history and origins’ that has to do with the date range ‘300-500 BC’, which has been posted by any of their ‘own connections’, who live in or are from ‘Egypt’. They can easily choose these filters to view any content that includes this criteria.

Place search examples

User wants to find a ‘place’
  • A user wants to find a 'place', a 'tourist attraction' in 'Krabi, Thailand' with the most number of 'cheers' that has been received by any place within the past '1 year'. They can easily choose these filters to view any channel > places that fall under this criteria.
  • A user wants to find a 'place', a 'public washroom' in 'Venice, Italy'. They can easily choose these filters to view any channel > places that fall under this criteria.
  • A user wants to find a 'place', a 'beach' which is also a spot for 'surfing' in 'Uluwatu, Bali, Indonesia'. They can easily choose these filters to view any channel > places that fall under this criteria.

Chatter search examples

User wants to read 'chatter'
Note* 'chatter' is short form text with a character limit. If it surpasses the character limit it becomes an 'article'.
  • A user wants to read 'chatter' about 'politics' related to 'Ukraine' posted by only their 'connections' by people who live in 'Ukraine'. They can easily choose these filters to view any content that includes this criteria.
  • A user want to read 'chatter' about 'graphic novels' related too 'Japan' and was posted by someone who lives in 'Hawaii, USA'. They can easily choose these filters to view any content that includes this criteria.

NFT search examples

User wants to find a 'NFT'
  • A user wants to find a 'NFT' about 'comic books' posted by only their 'connections' by people who live in 'Northern, Ireland' that was minted on the 'Ethereum' blockchain. They can easily choose these filters to view any content that includes this criteria.
  • A user wants to find a 'NFT' about keyword 'Pokemon' with the most 'Cheers' of 'All time' that was minted on the 'Solana' blockchain. They can easily choose these filters to view any content that includes this criteria.

Channel (Business, Hobby, etc )search examples

User wants to find a 'channel'
  • A user knows the channels name.
    • They can search for the name and enter into the channels profile. They can view past content, send a message if this feature is enabled, and follow the channel to receive updates of new content being posted.
    • If the user has a link that was shared to them they can enter into the channel directly.
  • A user does not know which channel they want to view but they are interested in a specific topic. They can view 'channels' and further specify a topic/niche or use keywords to view channels related.
  • A user wants to view ‘channels’ for 'places' that are ‘sports bars’ related to ‘Los Angeles, California’. They can easily choose these filters to view any channels that fall within this criteria. Notice here that 'places' is a top level content type but also a sub topic of channels.
    • For reference, here is where 'sports bars' falls in the database hierarchy; Channels > Local Business's & Local Places > Music & Nightlife Places > Bars > Sports Bars.
  • A user wants to view 'channels' for 'jazz music groups & bands' from 'India'. They can easily choose these filters to view any channels that fall within this criteria.
    • For reference here is where 'jazz music groups & bands' falls in the database hierarchy; Channels > Entertainment Channels > Music & Audio Entertainment Channels > Music Groups & Bands > Jazz Music Groups & Bands.

Reasons to create a Channel

Evrylife can be used to create an online presence for a business, a place, a group, a hobby page, a cause, along with other types of channels as well. A channel can be made public, private, or visible to specific connections. If a channel is made public, other users can follow your channel and get notifications when you post content. Your content can be free or if you want you can set tiered subscription levels for your followers to opt into and based on their subscription will have access to your specific content.
A user may wish to make a 'channel' for purposes such as these...
  • A music group could make a channel. They can add music videos, concert photos, sell their music, grow a fanbase, share their upcoming events, and communicate with their fans.
  • A travel blogger could make a channel. They can post travel related images, travel related videos, and travel related articles about their adventures and dreams. People can follow them and they can grow a network.
  • A restaurant could make a channel. They can have the channel show up in 'Places' in the Evrylife directory under their specific niches. They can showcase the menu, include images of the food, videos of their chefs cooking. They can include hours of operation, receive customer reviews, and grow a following.
  • A sports team could make a channel. They can post upcoming events, and sell products through image and video posts. They can have discussion boards for various topics for their fans to communicate with one another, they can ask their fans questions through Q&A polls. They can grow a network of followers/fans, and they can include their own moderation automation integrations.
  • A department store could make a channel. They can post images and videos of their products and offer their items for sale. They can enable affiliate referral sales and allow affiliates to promote their products in their profiles and channels.
  • An individual or perhaps a city or town will make a community channel for various landmarks that exist in their region. People can view images and open up admin privileges to other users to post images and videos related to the area.
There are lots of different reasons why a user would create a channel! Channels have similar functionality as a profile in terms of adding and sharing content.

Reasons to create an Evrylife Account (Profile)

To understand why you may wish to create an account on Evrylife it is suggested that you read the following docs:

More use cases and account features

You can view more use cases of the Evrylife application by viewing the various account features such as non custodial account control, decentralized communications, interoperable social graph, earning rewards, staking, subscribing to others profiles and channels, buying and selling products and services, and so forth.