001 The AllPeople application

To start with, you need access to the application via a QR Code (as it is not a native application on smartphones, it cannot be found on the stores (Apple Store or Google Play Store).

But you can also go there via a URL: the linktree or the website directly www.allpeople.app.

Don’t forget that there’s also the association‘s website, if you want to find out more about it.

Once you’ve flashed or connected to the URL of the AllPeople application site, if it’s your first time, you’ll be taken to the site’s anonymous page.

You will then need to create an account to start using AllPeople’s sharing features.

Otherwise, if you remain anonymous, you’ll only be able to browse the shares available to everyone (which is a good thing, after all).

Don’t forget that clicking on the little owl at the top right of the screen at any time will trigger a context-sensitive help function that will tell you what to do in the application.

I also recommend that you create an icon for the application on your mobile so that you can easily return to it. You can also add a bookmark to your favourite browser.

Go ahead: contribute, for your family and beyond!