Get Help and Give Help With Microsoftโ€™s New HelpBridge App

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Microsoft HelpBridge provides users with the ability to both give and get help in the event of a natural disaster. HelpBridge provides the ability to put together a list of friends and family who you would need to contact in the event of a natural disaster. In an emergency situation, the app allows you quickly send an email or text message notifying those people on your list that you are safe. The new app can also post an emergency message on your Facebook page and it can do all this over multiple means of communication depending on which systems are available at that time. Read the full details here.



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