Hey @rastin et all, I'm in the process of using #anahita to help me experiment with a few specific use-cases around building better retail health experiences. The goal is to let health organizations have their own personalized/branded anahita experience based on specific actor IDs that are of type organization. Health consumers can follow or be invited to these organizations. These organizations commonly do onsite health-related workshops, typically have paying monthly members and they want to extend their interactions and engage with their members outside of their facility. Health consumers will be able to build their own health interest graph (ie. social graph) and follow other things of interest like people, topics, etc (see similar experience: https://medium.com/me/following/suggestions). Organizations will have their own apps that they will be able to enable/disable based on their needs. Health consumers will have the same.
(1) need advice on how an organization can be it's own entity within anahita. As an example, one goal would be to enable these organizations to run onsite workshops but have the ability to engage members online before and after the workshop in a custom group and extend their relationships, promote upcoming workshops and keep an ongoing line of communication with customers.
(2) What would be the best way to allow health consumers to have a unique actor entity that enables us to hyper-personalize their experience (based on that aforementioned interest graph)
Even a high-level system suggestion would be a appreciated!