The longer I'm on Facebook, the more I'm missing the absence of groups in Mastodon. It's a really nice feature to have. Microblogging is nice but it's also nice to have a centralized place for discussion.

@xj9 Does pleroma have anything resembling groups? That might be enough for me to switch, or at least alt.

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@musicman I know, I mainly just am not happy with the mobile clients available for GNU social, as well as the occasional federation issue.

@musicman No, AndStatus always felt a little off to me UI-wise. Can't explain exactly why, I like Tusky a lot more.

@tealturtle I use Twidere and am very happy with the mobile expirience.
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