The erodr campus community feed is private from the rest of the web, a place where students openly share with each other in real time.
Everything broadcast by students to other students on erodr is disappearing--but better content sticks around a little longer.
Users comment on others' posts or connect to send 1:1 private messages. All messages are erased after a short time leaving no archived conversations.
You have control over your audience.
All responses to posts are private to the author only, who can see who liked her post, and read the comments.
There is a National Posts feed, featuring the best posts from campuses around the country this week.
The Map View shows the location of your approved Connections when you both have "radar" turned ON at the same time within 10 miles of each other.
erodr is a place where students can express themselves and get genuine feedback from each other. erodr is designed to be a place for the local student community. erodr gives young adults a private place to connect with each other, sharing experiences and information.
erodr was designed for local student communities. In early 2012 students at the University of Missouri began to develop prototypes for a college only local social network with better privacy than other social media. Importantly, this network would create a community of students around campus allowing for content to be shared among college classmates not already connected in existing social media. erodr was first launched on the App Store on November 18, 2012, in a closed pilot at Mizzou.