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    , apologies, duty (babies) called. Was good to talk, thanks for the chat

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    you can dictate messages but sadly not emails oh, & is my favourite watch app. Thought through

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    thanks all for taking part in tonight’s . off to charge my watch now…

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    … Yep me to … I shall thinknoj nxt time I’m in a pub as pub ideas are always the best 🙂

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    i would imagine those with wearables wouldnt give them up, and those without will find it hard to lose their cycnicism

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    It’s the top of the hour, and with it and end to tonight’s . we’ve talked

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    I think that’s a fantastic idea – I often think of work I could do with getting down while I’m on the move.

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    … Indeed , kind of want it to do something I can’t on the others … Well if I had one anyone 😉

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    interestingly talk centred on AppleWatch. there’s talk of wearabletech shoes for runners, safety suits for engineers etc etc

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    The two things I would bring on to my wrist would be dictatable emails thru Siri and whatsapp. Oh, and maybe watchable video

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    … Now that’s a good question … Hmm (making thinking face)

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    A4) Remember how small the screens are – I wouldn’t want to do detailed analysis on a wearable. Glanceable, yes, but not detailed

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    so, if we had the opportunity to bring one thing into our wearabletech from our laptop, PC or phone, what would it be?

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    aah – phone booths *reminisces fondly*

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    there doesnt seem to be any monitoring or reputational management software out on AppleWatch or any other wearabletech

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    let’s move onto topic 4 – How could wearables be used to manage reputation?

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    so, is anyone using wearable technology for enterprise use? i use the Mailchimp app for a quick glance at a campaign’s progress

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    . yay, was waiting for a GIF. Made my Monday 😉

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    Agreed, It has to be about the purpose, trusted & wanted by employees as much as by employers

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    …. I’ve got a gold one and its awesome 😉

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    That’s a blast from the past 🙂 That’s it – all about context

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    It all needs careful thought and attention. Privacy is a very real concern, and rightly so. There’s a lot to learn

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    Hi . Totally agree, lots more exciting things to come!

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    but a real possibility for health & safety. perhaps. locational alarms in danger zones, auto visors when needed etc

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    I’m not surprised there’s not greater use of wearables yet for IC, needs careful thought not just using for sake of it

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    Only time I ever really encounter haptic is on health and, really usefully, preceding a turn on maps

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    The hosts use Slack for our IC to discuss shows. I access the conversations via Apple Watch

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    …. Yes …good shout Karl

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    im very surprised there isnt greater use for internal comms. Does anyone have any examples?

 

Transcript of #CommsChat on wearable tech

This week's chat

Last night we spoke about the future of wearables as a tool for communication. People were divided, yet agreed on the whole that wearables will become a part of every day life and, as such, will be an important tool for communicators.

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  •  Allows PR’s to intelligently connect and collaborate with audience by tracking their preferences/location
  •  Reports estimate consumers look at their mobile screens up to 220 times/day. Brands can’t afford to miss out on mobile
  •  T2: is it a combo of cost, skepticism and info overload? If you’re looking at your phone 220 times a day…
  •   might sound daft… however, I’m keen on an Apple watch but I’ve got tiny wrists and it won’t suit me!
  •   I’m enjoying my Apple Watch, used it constantly today to pay for Tube travel, tea and groceries. More I use it, more I like it
  •  A3) Msgs need to be short, sharp and sweet. Think glanceable. When you have to handoff (switch to phone) it loses the snappiness

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