Alternative products to Mighty Networks for Slack

5 alternative and related products to Mighty Networks for Slack

Mighty Networks for Slack

Launch an online community you monitor and manage from Slack

GraphJS is an open source set of “stickers” that enables social capabilities on any web page. It makes it easy decorating your site with social features like:

* a powerful authentication infrastructure,

* forum,

* profiles,

* groups

* messaging

* ratings, comments

and more, as easy as adding an HTML tag such as:

<graphjs-forum></graphjs-forum>

Medium
Connecting people around shared interests, passions and goals, and helping them solve problems and discover new horizons, is a hard yet noble problem. It should be the ultimate goal of the social web. It's certainly our goal at Grou.ps. And today we're releasing GraphJS, an open source set of "stickers" that enables social capabilities on any web page.
5 Alternatives to GraphJS

Mightybell

Build a community and a business on mobile

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Sam Rye- Founder
New platform which is a little more social network-like
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Sam Rye- Founder
Emerging platform from the founder of Ning. It's pretty slick thus far.
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Andrew Barlow
Mightybell gave us an easy to use, visually driven community platform that encourages not only engagement but also re-engagement. Highly Recommended!
TechCrunch
The group software space is getting hot. Between Google Groups, Facebook Groups, Yammer, Convo, Asana, newcomer Slack and more, a loose or tight-knit organization has plenty of tools to choose from in order to keep its community organized.
9 Alternatives to Mightybell

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!

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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.
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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.
11 Alternatives to Discourse 2.0

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.

VentureBeat
Bevy has raised $6.4 million for its enterprise community event platform. The company is helping pioneer a new trend dubbed "customer to customer marketing" that involves prospective and current customers talking to each other. The investment came from Upfront Ventures, author Steve Blank, Qualtrics cofounders Ryan and Jared Smith, and Pluralsight CEO Aaron … See more
TechCrunch
The founders of entrepreneurial community Startup Grind have a startup of their own - Bevy, which announced today that it has raised $6.4 million in Series A funding. The funding comes from Upfront Ventures, author Steve Blank, Qualtrics founders Ryan Smith and Jared Smith, and Pluralsight CEO Aaron Skonnard.
8 Alternatives to Bevy
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