Key English Indonesian
Abandon editing Abandon editing
Accepted Accepted
Accessible only by link Accessible only by link
Accessible only to members Accessible only to members
Accessible through link Accessible through link
access to the group's private content as well access to the group's private content as well
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Actions Actions
Actor Actor
Add a contact Add a contact
+ Add a resource + Add a resource
Add a todo Add a todo
A discussion has been created or updated A discussion has been created or updated
A federated software A federated software
A fediverse account URL to follow for event updates A fediverse account URL to follow for event updates
A link to a page presenting the price options A link to a page presenting the price options
An “application programming interface” or “API” is a communication protocol that allows software components to communicate with each other. The Mobilizon API, for example, can allow third-party software tools to communicate with Mobilizon instances to carry out certain actions, such as posting events on your behalf, automatically and remotely. An “application programming interface” or “API” is a communication protocol that allows software components to communicate with each other. The Mobilizon API, for example, can allow third-party software tools to communicate with Mobilizon instances to carry out certain actions, such as posting events on your behalf, automatically and remotely.
and {number} groups and {number} groups
An event from one of my groups has been published An event from one of my groups has been published
An event from one of my groups has been updated or deleted An event from one of my groups has been updated or deleted