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Mastodon is an open-source, decentralized social networking platform designed to give users more control over their online experience. Unlike traditional social media platforms controlled by a single entity, Mastodon operates on a federated system. This means anyone can run their own server, known as an "instance," and connect with the broader Mastodon network. Each instance has its own rules and administration, allowing users to choose a community that aligns with their values. Despite these separate instances, users can interact across the entire network, fostering diverse conversations and content sharing. Mastodon's structure emphasizes user freedom, data privacy, and a decentralized approach to social media.

Software update frequency

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Is it possible to modify the domain name for my Mastodon server?

Regrettably, you cannot. The domain name of your Mastodon instance plays a crucial role in its operation within the network. Altering it would disrupt its federation.

Common issues

At the moment, we don't have any significant issue reported from our Subscribers using our portal.

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