You may all have heard of Periscope, now a similar social networking site has become the latest to get us all together and involved in something where we can all interact. The app 2UP is essentially about having a debate – a conversation between two people that can be fun or serious, at times, it can get quite heated too. There will be heated conversations between fans of opposing sports teams, political parties and even religious proponents and atheists – it’s all like watching Question Time on steroids.
You can get involved yourself by searching for the topics you are interested in, and once you have discovered an argument or debate that suits your style, you wade in. Once you find your niche and discover the debate that you feel you can get your teeth into, you contribute or simply just listen in.
In all honesty, 2UP has the potential to turn into one almighty row. It also has that opportunity for real sizzling debate. There must be thousands of points and topics that we would all like to speak about and share our views on and this platform allows you to get involved.
Once you have listened in on a debate and not got involved directly, you are able to vote up or down on the person you think is the winner of that argument. What we did like about it was the organisation that places one speaker with an allotted time to put his or her case forward. Then the opposing opinion will come on board and put their agreement forward with the same amount of time.
The sports debates are the best – but that’s a matter of opinion for you to decide. We recommend that in the early stages of using 2UP you sit back and watch, and perhaps even vote on who you think should be a winner. Once you have established the protocol and discovered the concept of the social networking app, you could start your own debate?
Debates and discussions are often heated, discussions are passionate and all that you see before you is live. To that end, it can be well worth getting your argument prepared in advance if you decide you want to go into the ring and offer a debate. Remember to prepare notes, find statistics, memorise names and look smart. If you want the forum to vote you up then just prepare for the battle of the voices.