Create a community
where your users get their questions answered, and can discuss ideas.
Brings together the best from Slack, Reddit, Disqus, Discourse, StackOverflow.
Start a community for:
Your non-profit. Talk with those you help, and your volunteers.
Your company. Help your customers. Team chat internally.
Your hobby, e.g. an open source project.
Your school or class. Let your students help each other.
Anything. A forum about relationships / games / politics ...
Good comments and answers rise to the top, leading to meaningful dialoge and good decisions.
You'll see if others disagree with a suggestion / comment — then, read the replies, to find out what the problem is.
Help your users
See their questions and problems, sorted by importance.
See ideas people have, sorted by popularity.
Gather everyone at one place
Don't split your community across Forum, Q&A, Chat, and blog comments. — Talkyard already has such features, in one single place.
If you've been away for a while: (e.g. vacation)
- Use the recent top topics view, to see what's happened recently.
- In individual discussion topics, you'll find newly added comments, via the sidebar (see video).
Build knowledge, together
Collaboratively edit wikis, upvote good answers and good ideas — and find what you need later, by searching.
Effectively navigate discussions
Click the arrows, to jump to the parent comment and refresh your mind. Then click Back, to jump back and continue reading. Convenient, especially on mobile phones.