Here's How People Are Using The Jelly App
By using publicly accessible API endpoints, Robert Moore at RJMetrics said he was able to scan all the questions posted thus far on the app. He determined that more than 100,000 questions have been asked, with only about 25% of them receiving an answer. According to his report, Jelly saw 8,275 new active users on the day of its launch, with 5,183 people asking and 5,527 answering.
Interesting that Jelly is taking off so quickly. Or is it?
Jelly gets the right idea: we definitely can use technology to reduce the friction between one person who needs a piece of knowledge and the one who owns it, and make it easy to enable communication.