Here at Passion.io we avoid using jargon words. We like to keep things simple and easy to understand. We see to it that our language reflects that and we make all our communications as easy to digest as possible.
There are times, however, when we get technical. If any terms have left you scratching your head you can find a full list of our jargon words below.
List of terms
Expert - This is you. When we refer to experts, we are talking about our PassionFighters. If you are an active subscriber to the Passion.io platform you are an expert.
PassionFighter - This is the identity we give you, our experts. If you’re an expert you’re also a PassionFighter.
User / End-User / Client / Subscriber - We use these terms interchangeably, but they all mean the same thing. A person who purchases a product or service from a Passion.io expert is a user / end-user / client/ subscriber.
Native App - A native app is an app that is listed on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
Web App / Sub-domain / PWA - This is a version of your PassionApp that you can find on the web. You can find it by using the following URL structure: [Your app name].passion.io
In-app Purchase - An in-app purchase is when someone downloads your app and buys your PassionProduct via the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
Web checkout - A web checkout is a third-party payment platform like Stripe or Paypal.
PassionApp - This is the tool you use to create your app. You can find it in the members' area of the Passion.io website.
PassionProduct - This is the tool you use to upload content to your app. You can create as many products as you need. You can find it in the members' area of the Passion.io website.
PassionMetrics - This tool is used to monitor and analyze the behavior of your app users.
Plan - A plan can be any number of your PassionProducts grouped together so you can charge a fee for using them. You can decide what PassionProducts to add to a plan in the pricing tab of PassionApps.
Pricing plan - This is the amount you will charge for a plan.
404 error page - A 404 error means that your browser cannot find the page you are searching for. This can usually be resolved by logging out of PassionApps and relaunching your browser.
500 error page - A 500 error is the standard error code you will get when something has gone wrong within the browser. This can usually be resolved by logging out of PassionApps and relaunching your browser
User Tracking - User tracking makes your app fully interactive to seriously boost your customers’ motivation and results. You can choose the activities your customers should track, they log their progress, and you can help keep them on track.
Communities - enable you to better engage with your customers to achieve long-term and sustainable outcomes and relationships.
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