We’ve made some changes

October 16, 2015

Tutella is constantly evolving to fit the needs of our growing user base. We want to provide the best experience for Tutella members that we can so we often make updates to the site. Some are small and may not be noticeable, others will be immediately recognisable.

In the latest updates we’ve completely changed how you navigate you the website to make things simpler and clearer. You’ll notice that the menu of the site has changed so that it’s easier to understanding when you are viewing someone else’s profile, and it’s more obvious how to interact with that person.

We’ve made lots of changes to make the network even more secure. We’ve also updated the way that you as new people to your circle and invite people to join Tutella. Ultimately, these changes won’t affect you and there’s nothing that you need to do to continue using Tutella, you’ll just have a more seamless experience.

If you have any ideas about how we can improve Tutella or if you’re having any trouble, please take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions. If you don’t find an answer there, you can always email us at feedback@tutella.co.

Connect with those who matter when it matters most

January 15, 2015

Tutella.co is designed to provide a free-to-use communication channel between friends and family, healthcare professionals, patients and support groups during the crisis time when people are in hospital or care.

The time someone gets admitted to hospital is often one of the most stressful periods a family goes through and they and close friends need information and need to communicate, but in a private environment. That’s what tutella.co provides.

We’re not trying to replace Facebook as the social network everyone uses day to day, what we’re doing is providing a private, secure, easy-to-set-up and use closed social network where you can invite the right people in to share information about what’s happening and what needs to be done. At the same time Tutella also allows wider communication via normal social media channels but also allows medical professionals to contribute to the closed network in a private environment.

It really helps everyone to take the stress out of what is a very difficult time.

Nurses are backing the scheme as it means communication with and about the patient does not always have to go through them – anything to reduce the huge amount of time every ward nurse spends on the phone during every shift.