What is Toolkit? Top Googled word after Greta Thunberg Tweet
A toolkit is a document that contains detailed suggestions for reporting an issue and taking steps related to it. Normally, volunteers participating in a major campaign or movement are given guidelines in it.
New Delhi: A word 'toolkit' went viral two days ago following a tweet by environmental activist Greta Thunberg. Now everyone is trying to know what this toolkit is and how it works. Especially those who want to know more about it, who are active on social media, but they had neither heard about it yet nor did they know how to use it.
What is a toolkit?
In fact, a toolkit is a document that contains detailed suggestions for reporting an issue and taking steps related to it. Normally, volunteers participating in a major campaign or movement are given guidelines in it. The toolkit was first mentioned in the US.
How did the toolkit come into discussion?
If you remember that a black man was killed in America and then America was smoldered. At the same time, a movement called Black Life Matter also existed. This was also supported by people from outside countries, at the same time, people associated with the movement created a toolkit in which there was a variety of information.
For example, how many places to visit or have stayed away, how to stay active on social media, which hashtags can reach more and more people. If the police take action, then how can it be avoided?
Tookit: A social media weapon
Because of this it has now become clear that the toolkit is the digital weapon used to socialize a movement on a large section of social media and to get more people involved in it. The toolkit contains all the things that people are advised to adopt so that movement can also increase and no major action of any kind can be taken.