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Bevy

Scalable global events community around your brand

Bevy is an enterprise community events platform used to scale in-person events and experiences. Created by the founders of Startup Grind, Bevy helps companies manage their C2C (customer to customer) marketing programs and get face to face with customers and potential customers. Clients include Atlassian, Duolingo, Docker, Evernote, and Fiverr.

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Spectrum is a new platform for you to join, start and build online communities.

Yashu Mittal- Founder & CEO, CodeCarrot
A community is not just a place for talking with other people, we need a place where conversation can be organized and can we easily accessed for all communities.
Chakib Tsouli- Product Designer
I used this quite a few times, and I think it ticks all the boxes.
Mo Rajabifard- Co-founder & CEO @ There.PM
It's great!
Mxstbr
Seven months ago I quietly started working on a new project: not an open source or side project, but a product and a company. It's called Spectrum. Spectrum is a new platform for you to join, start and build online communities.
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Faces

Create a people directory for your community 👫

✎ Espree Devora- "Girl who Gets it Done" WeAreLATech.com
This is what I use for both the LA Tech community and the Women in Tech community. http://community.wearelatech.com and http://community.womenintech.fm
Marc Köhlbrugge- Founder of BetaList
I just launched this today and saw your question pop up so I figured I'd share it. Faces is a way to give your _existing_ community an online home. It's not mean for building a community from scratch, but it serves as a nice overview of who's who for example a meetup groups and the like. It strengthens your community by enabling members to easily find each … See more
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Discourse 2.0

Civilized discussion for your community, redesigned ✨

Discourse 2.0 is a major update to the 100% open source discussion platform built for the next decade of the Internet.

What's new:

📊 A fully redesigned admin dashboard

🔍 Improved advanced search

🔒 Two Factor Authentication

🇪🇺 GDPR Enhancements

and more!

Sebastian Stehle- CTO
I think the big advantage of a traditional forum is that the knowledge does not get lost. With slack and discord you have to answer the same questions many times. If you take care about your forums you get a nice knowledge base.
Balance and Sun- in a meeting.
I dont know - but I'm guessing.. I'm considering using it as a solid community forum. Slack is also cool. Seems quite different to Discourse though. And there is also Discord. Another Slack type chat. None seem as thorough as Discourse, which seems a bit more traditional.
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Community Bot

Automate your Slack community management

Ben Tossell- newCo
Automated invites for new users, with mini profiles for intros. Such a simple idea but one that people tend to do manually when joining new Slack communities. This keeps things together and makes it much cleaner/easier
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Axel

Jumpstart your Slack onboarding with this bot 🤖

Hello Product Hunters !

We've built this simple Slack bot to automatize the on-boarding of new team members. It is helpful to companies and thematic group owners on the collaborative platform

Axel :

-Asks every new member to introduce himself

-Shares a welcome pack with him

The set up takes 3' and is made through slack by talking to the bot

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