From IndieWeb

Together is a social reader that was initially conceived at the 2017 IndieWeb Summit in Portland by Jonathan LaCour and several others during the Putting it all together session. Jonathan LaCour pitched the idea during demos on day two. It is mainly developed by Grant Richmond.

The project is available on GitHub and there is a hosted version available at

The Together web client uses Together Server as a GraphQL backend.


  • Like, repost and reply inline via micropub
  • Full micropub posting client
  • Infinite loading of posts (optional)
  • Dark and light themes
  • 4 different views: timeline, classic, gallery and map
  • Automatically mark items as read (optional)
  • Notifications panel
  • Live updates of read count and channel content
  • Managing channels
  • Follow / unfollow feeds - with previews


As of November 20th, 2018:

Reading posts in a channel
Viewing checkins on a map
Photo gallery view
Classic view
Post composer
Writing an inline reply
Dark mode

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