and thank you
for participating

An account will have been set up for you using the email address provided.

1) Create password
You will receive an email from CareCollective asking you to 'reset password'. Choose a secure password for your account.

2) Download browser as an app

The alpha app is browser-based, meaning it can be opened on any web browser.

To make it easy to access, we recommend downloading the website as an app onto your phone's home screen.

Follow the instructions below for doing this, depending on what type of phone you have.

3) That's it!

Log in to the app daily and use it.
Then after 7 days we will be in touch to get your feedback.

For Apple iphone

To add websites to your home screen like apps, follow these steps:

  1. Open Safari.
    Other browsers, such as Chrome, won’t work for this.

  2. Navigate to the website you want to save to your home screen (https://www.carecollective.app).  

  3. Tap the Share button at the bottom of the page.
    It looks like a square with an arrow pointing out of the top.

  4. In the list of options that appears, scroll down until you see Add to Home Screen. Tap this.

  5. On the next screen, choose a name for the website shortcut on your home screen. You’ll see the link so you can confirm it, as well as the site’s favicon that becomes its “app” icon. Click Add when you’re done.

  6. Now just tap the new app on your home screen, and it will open the website in its own navigation window, independent of what you have open in Safari.

For Android phones (Samsung, Google, etc) 

1. Launch Chrome for Android and open https://www.carecollective.app.


2. Tap the menu button and tap "Add to homescreen".
You’ll be able to enter a name for the shortcut (call it "Care Collective") and then Chrome will add it to your home screen.

3. The icon will appear on your home screen like any other app shortcut or widget, so you can drag it around and put it wherever you like. Chrome for Android loads the website as a “web app” when you tap the icon, so it will get its own entry in the app switcher and won’t have any browser interface getting in the way.

Other popular Android browsers also offer this feature. For example, Firefox for Android can do this if you tap the menu button, tap the Page option, and tap Add to Home Screen.


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