Connected Modern WorldYou will see “Roles” under your account settings.  Click on one to expand.

You will see categories such as Family and Work.  Click on one to expand.

You will see Father, Mother, Son, Nanny, etc. under Family.  Click on one.  It will prompt you to run the customizer. Click ALLOW.

The customizer will ask you questions.  You simply answer.  For example “Does your son attend school?”  “What’s his grade level?” (fairly generic questions – no specifics yet)

Once the customizer compiles your inputs it creates all the metadata, integrations and process rules in a few minutes.  After it verifies its success, you will name this “role template” and drag it over your profile picture and drop it.

After you drop the role template on your profile picture (or avatar) it will begin to integrate with the specific known entities and objects for you and your son.  Now the questions get more personal “Does your son, @Eric, attend Wando High School?”  “Is this his curriculum?”  The template grabs the appropriate APIs and permissions the data sets for you.  You just answer questions and follow the security validation protocols.

Once verified, you can customize your role template to send alerts, notifications, calendar integrations, invite a support network, publish emergency contacts, medications & allergies, etc.

Daily Use

Your work & life role templates work while you sleep.  When you wake they’ve already populated your calendar, notified your support network that assistance is required today.  Your role templates generate your newspaper every morning.  It includes news, trends, action items, alerts, suggestions for each section (default: section = role).

Your role templates automatically alert you when you are close to a Walmart that you need certain items based on the role template integrations.

Example:  The “Father” template knows that the Science Fair is next week.  It also knows the rules for the Science Fair.  It adds the correct poster board to your shopping list with a picture and price AND it tells you which isle it is located for that particular store location.

Meanwhile, at work, your 8 AM staff meeting has been canceled.  Sara, the office manager, recently took maternity leave and someone needs to notify the staff that the meeting is canceled.  The Office Manager role template EXIST rather Sara is at work or not.  If Tom replaces Sara as the Office Manager for 1 month, Tom has all the history, access and process flows as though he has always been the Office Manager.  Since you are NOT assigned to the staff meeting but your ROLE is, Tom simply pushes 1 button “cancel meeting” and the entire staff of ROLES are notified.  Calendar integrations are updated immediately.  Your templates’ engines run an analysis and begin to suggest the best ways to use this time.

At the end of the day, you get an “iLife” report.  This report gives you a daily score on your BALANCE and PERFORMANCE.  You can even compete with groups (private and public) on your iLife Balance and Performance metrics.  The report also makes recommendations on how to improve both.

Roles are quite different than addresses. . .

In the above example (staff meeting) the ROLE “Office Manager” is tasked with setting up the “staff meeting” event.  Sara as Office Manager (not Sara) creates the event.  She does NOT invite persons.  She invites ROLES.  This staff meeting is for all 12 staff members.  Sara invites 12 roles.  Sara assigns you to that ROLE.  In the future, she may reassign your ROLE to someone else.  He/She has the entire history of that Role plus a calendar integration to quickly bring him/her up to speed on that Role’s future commitments.

If you need to socially re-design your business processes call John Rector at +1-843-327-6008 to discuss you specific business needs.

Written by jsrector

The founder of a multi-channel cloud software company. A highly experienced high tech executive that consults with heads of states, chief executives, celebrities, producers, fellows, artists, authors, engineers, global brand managers and small business owners solving some of the most complex business problems on our beautiful planet.

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