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Cobook

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Faces

Create a people directory for your community πŸ‘«

✎ 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 KΓΆhlbrugge- 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:

πŸ“Š A fully redesigned admin dashboard

πŸ” Improved advanced search

πŸ”’ Two Factor Authentication

πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί 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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Maker Feed

Find and follow amazing makers on Twitter in just two clicks

Maker Feed is a tool that lets you find and follow amazing makers on Twitter in just two clicks.

Twitter
This week's idea is stupid and simple..again πŸ˜‚ I find it difficult to follow fellow makers and I am always too bored to go into Lists I am subscribed to to see what new is going on there The idea is to be able to follow fellow makers in our niche on Twitter easily
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Teampage

Create the perfect company team page

Teampage is the first SaaS team page solution in the world 🌍!

Why? Team pages are everywhere, but always created as an afterthought and last on the priority list πŸ‘Ž

What a wasted opportunity given your customers, business partners, employees and potential hires are actually looking πŸ‘€

Impress them with your team, with Teampage.

Hacker Noon
When I was the CTO of The Netherlands' largest property portal our development team was lean, and our ideas were big. That forced us to focus our development resources on our highest priority tasks: the quarterly next big thing or things that broke down.
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TheyMadeThat

Find the People Who Made Your Stuff and Everything Else

TheyMadeThat is an IMDB for everything; not just movies. It's also Behance/Dribbble for everyone; not just designers. We want to give people credit, help everyone discover them & see the impact of their work. TheyMadeThat can also show what people used to make stuff, who they worked with, how products evolve, and what they're made of.

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