During our launch at TechCrunch Disrupt last week, we made an announcement that was welcomed by many users. We announced that spool will be available in private beta. This announcement came as a relief to many users who got many of their problems solved by spool. After the announcement, we got many new users who were interested in signing up for our private beta. We have already sent formal invitations to them so that they can become part of the spool community. And while they are yet to start enjoying the services by spool, what are you waiting for out there?
It is important that everybody signs up for the Spool Private Betas so that we can offer these services far and wide.
Some new users are still having trouble to understand what spool is. This is the most asked question that our technical team has received after our last week launch. We will therefore explain in detail what spool is.
What is Spool?
Spool is an easy way of saving your stuff for later use. This is to mean that you can actually save work and retrieve it later for your continued use. The kind of stuff saved by spool includes; articles, images, galleries and videos. On a normal circumstance, these stuff will be lost if you lose internet connection while editing or trying to upload them. It is usually a big mess for people since they have to start again and waste much time on a thing that would have been avoided so easily. It also cost people more money to upload the images and videos again. So when you have spool with you, your work will be saved for you and you can retrieve later.
The good thing is that you will not have to pay again for internet since the work saved is cached on your phone. This also means that you can view them in offline mode. It is very suitable for those long videos that you cannot watch and finish within a short time.
The bottom line is that Spool Private Beta has brought better services to people around the world. Make an effort to sign up for the Spool Private Betas to enjoy the stated benefits.