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Groove With Us

A Groovy Glossary

Six useful terms created by the Groove Community

1. Efforting

Verb, learned from Groover Thea

2. Reroutining

Verb, learned from Groover Alison

3. Dailiness

Adjective (but can also be used as a noun), learned from Groover Anna

4. “Groove on it”

Colloquialism, source unknown (but possibly our Head of Community, Taylor)

  1. A suggestion to a friend or colleague that you can both be doing something at the same time. Example: “We need to come up with some new ideas for that podcast. Should we Groove on it?”

5. Frolleague

Noun, learned from Groover Brandy

6. GSD

Abbreviation, learned from Groover Yossel

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Tova Safra

Tova is a product designer, artist and researcher currently building Groove. Hop on in at