These Failed Apps Discovered a Hidden Rule of the Web
Miranda Katz
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Good insight, Miranda. There has been a lot of discussion about anonymity on social networks. Most anonymous products struggle to form a balance that keeps the content relevant and fun, while also controlling malicious behavior from bad users. I think having an incognito feature is helpful for being expressive and the network needs to be prepared for when the community turns for the worse — a problem I think some products may have missed when building their network structure, moderation backend, and/or reporting tools. If you’re curious to explore a network with both public identity and anonymous posting, check out hello.com 😊