Coronavirus (COVID-19) has affected a significant portion of our globe. It has changed our lives in many ways. One thing that has become essential for everyone to survive this is to learn how to live with the lockdown and restrictions. It is something that none of us were used to before this pandemic began, but it is something that we must adapt to now. MrOwl, a Social Cloud Storage™ platform that brings together the best of search, social, and cloud storage can help you with life under the lockdown by providing interesting and helpful resources to support you as you manage through these trying times.
On MrOwl, users can store all their digital content in one place by creating public or private collections of information called “branches” that can be organized with subtopics, links, documents, and media. They can start from scratch, or upload gigabytes of data from their computer or cloud storage with a just few clicks which will be automatically organized into useable, searchable, and shareable resources.
Aasha Marler published a great compilation of how to get through the lockdown in her “Quarantine Survival Guide” branch. It will help you explore tips, informational articles, and the best resources to physically and mentally help make getting through Quarantine 2020 easier.
Her collection is filled with funny memes, work from home must-read books, mental and physical health guidelines, new shows, and much more. One very interesting topic it covers is on “How to Make Your Own Mask“. Readers will be able to find video tutorials on how to start sewing for those that want to try their craftsmanship or even ways to make makeshift masks without any sewing involved. One other important subtopic is how to sanitize them which is extremely important when maintaining health during the lockdown.
Summer Hansen, another MrOwl user, has two must-visit branches. One called “Quarantine Cooking Ideas” has the best recipes, meal plans, and strategies for the endless days cooking you are bound to do during Quarantine 2020.
She also maintains a Quarantine Home Activities branch which has DIY activities, painting ideas, recipes, and games for adding some fun to Quarantine 2020, especially interactive ideas for people with young children stuck at home.
Arvind Raichur, CEO, and co-founder of MrOwl had a message for everyone to help survive Lockdown 3.0. He said, “The global pandemic is challenging the way we currently live. We need to adapt our way of life to help make this period of lockdown easier. Safety is paramount and we hope that MrOwl can offer anyone the digital resources they need in such trying times. Resources like the ‘Quarantine Survival Guide’ and other communal branches can help ease the mental strain and help you and your family pass the time by viewing the best learnings from across the globe. MrOwl enables collaboration, search, and knowledge sharing all in one easy place and can allow you to continue your studies, work, and find the things you want without any disruption.”
MrOwl is a Social Cloud Storage™ platform that brings together the best of search, social, and cloud storage all in one app. With free, unlimited cloud storage for content that you share with the world, consumers build collections, called “branches,” with subtopics, links, documents, and media. Users can upload gigabytes of data with a few clicks and have it automatically organized into a MrOwl “branch” that is shareable and searchable. Now you can save it once, and search it infinitely. Simultaneously search the cloud, your computer, and the internet altogether, because they all belong in one search box. Plus, you can come to find what other users have shared on MrOwl. It’s never been easier to connect and collaborate with endless communities and discover what others have shared. MrOwl offers a free tier with up to 10GB’s of private storage and free unlimited storage for content that is shared to the world.* MrOwl also offers premium plans for more storage, increased user privacy, and an ad-free environment.
*Free unlimited files stored in public branches up to 20MB per file. See the terms for full details.