Users can copy paste rich media content URLs, e.g. Youtube, Twitter status, Soundcloud clips and more in answers and question. Quosera uses iframely to support rich media.
Simple yet powerful content editor for posting answers and questions with support for rich media, code, math expressions and more.
Quosera editor supports mathematical and scientific equations via MathJax, which makes Quosera an excellent platform for academic and research institutions. You can type input equations in TeX, MathML or ASCIImath.
Quosera uses topics similar to Quora where you can create and associate any number of topics with a question. This helps in categorizing content and searching relevant questions easy.
Users can send personal messages to each other. Similar to Quora, a user can send message to another user only if that user follows him/her.
Users can bookmark their favorite answers for future reference. This is one of the most requested yet still missing feature from Quora as on 1st April, 2017.
Users can easily track history of their actions, i.e. questions asked, questions answered and questions followed.
Quosera supports verified profiles similar to Quora where admin verified profiles are shown with a tick icon.
Users can comments on both questions and answers which are shown in clean threaded view.
Quosera lets users reports questions and answers similar to Quora. Users can also specify the reason or choose from pre-defined response.
Users are notified of updates, e.g. answer upvote received, in their account itself via notification manager apart from email notification.
Quosera is built on top of Twitter's Bootstrap HTML5 framework which is a sleek, intuitive, and powerful mobile first front-end framework for faster and easier web development.
The User Interface will adjust to any screen size. It will look great on mobile devices and on desktops at the same time.