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O-Peer is an instant messaging platform for offices and organizations. The platform enables you to reach out to your colleagues in an instant. It is almost like texting where you can send and receive messages quickly.
Anyone with an e-mail address can be added to O-Peer. If you want to add users, click on Add and type the email address on the person you want to add to the list. The contact is added to O-Peer.
As an admin of a specific group, one can set who can send messages in the group. Usually, every member of the group can send a message by default. As the admin, one can select who can send messages in a group within the settings of the group.
You can send images, videos, audios and documents via O-Peer platform.
Click on the add sections in the message center and add the file you want to share.
Yes, you can cancel your account anytime.
On the main account page, go to Preferences and click on notifications and sounds. There select enable to enable the sounds and notifications and select change to change the sounds and notifications.
Factor Authentication is helpful in increasing the security of the account. Once you login you’re your username and password, a unique code is sent to your mail address, enter the code in the box and the authentication is completed successfully.
No, since it is for office communication purpose, O-Peer is currently only to be used in the office server.
No. O-Peer is for official communication and therefore it only supports instant messaging for its users and has no integration with any email service provider.
All the data is automatically and permanently deleted.
Go to the main application window, click on Settings and select report a problem. Here you can report any issue you are having a trouble with.
Go to profile and then click on my account information, all the data and details are accessible and available here. The same can be changed in this section.
Offline notifications are sent to your email address when you are not logged in to your 0-Peer account.