Whoopaa provides users with a social media platform that allows them to organize activities in one convenient place. Users can maintain their business and personal social activities and set up individual identities for each. Whoopaa lets the user toggle between the two so they can keep private and business matters separate. Each profile includes contacts, privacy settings, photos, communities and videos. The user can also integrate all of their social networks, including Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Whoopaa automatically shows the user their contacts from each profile and allows them to send invitations, direct messages and wall posts through Whoopaa to each social network. Whoopaa does not store data from the user’s social network profiles, but allows them to interact through messaging and status updates. Users can also integrate timelines and manage widgets through Whoopaa.Show more screenshots »
Whoopaa was created to give users a better way to organize and manage their personal and professional contacts online. The application brought together a few of the most popular social networks so the user can spend less time jumping from one profile to the next. Whoopaa was created in 2009 and the site was launched in 2011. The company is based in Den Bosch, Netherlands. Whoopaa is currently in a beta status.
Whoopaa has pivoted to a career site for Dutch young professionals in 2012.
Whoopaa stands out in the way it offers users convenience. Users can create a single place to house all of their contacts – both professional and personal. While most similar applications are geared towards one or the other, Whoopaa allows the user to create a separate profile for each group. Users can also easily interact with their Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter profiles through Whoopaa.
The Whoopaa website users a very pleasant blue color scheme that features a narrow blue header and faded light blue background. The site contains no clutter at all so the user is never distracted or annoyed as they navigate to their profile. User feeds and timelines are easy to scroll through with just enough open space between to avoid information overload.
Whoopaa currently offers membership to anyone for free. There are no subscription fees or membership packages listed. Users can access all current features just be creating an account and logging in. That being said, Whoopaa is still in a beta status. It is possible that the site will eventually require a fee or offer a premium paid membership to its users. For the time being, anyone can access Whoopaa for free.
Whoopaa is a tool for anyone who frequently uses social networks for personal and business purposes. Users can organize both groups of contacts so they never mix. Whoopaa also lets the user stay in control by giving them privacy settings for each profile.