Talk and share knowledge
with features like in StackOverflow, Slack, Discourse, Reddit, Disqus.
But we're not affiliated with any of them in any way.
Use Talkyard for:
Your non-profit. Listen to those you help, and your volunteers.
Your students. Answer their questions. Let them help each other.
Your startup. Talk with your users. Find product market fit.
Your company. Q&A for your teams and customers.
Your open source project, for your users and contributors.
A Knowledge Base of Questions & Answers
Get work done together, in team chats. Add a public support chat, for quick questions.
Talkyard's chat is fairly basic. Slack, and others like Mattermost, Zulip and RocketChat, are better. You can use them for chatting, and disable Talkyard's chat, and use Talkyard for Q&A / ideation / and structured discussions that are good to remember long term.
Add comments to your blog, or technical documentation. And talk with your blog visitors. Read more here.
Your mobile app
Help your app users
Let your users to ask for help, without leaving your app: Embed Talkyard in an
<iframe> in your app (or website). Experimental.
Recent replies — find them
You return to a threaded discussion the next day — and want to find new replies? Just open the sidebar, click the Recent tab.
Other software — like StackOverflow, Reddit, HackerNews — require you to re-read the whole discussion from top to bottom, to find any new replies.
Jump and save time
Navigate large discussions, also on mobile: Click to jump to the parent comment and refresh your mind. Then click Back, to continue reading.