Is there any plug & play solution to host a Q&A / AMA on your website?

I'm looking for an embedded / pop up plugin to be able to host Q&A sessions like Product Hunt's, Reddit's, Quora's. πŸ˜‰
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    Discourse

    A platform for community discussion. Free, open and simple.

    Not sure it does exactly what you want but its a good start for sure. Easy to set up.
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    Arun Sathiya4Happiness Engineer, Automattic Β· Written
    Discourse is the best choice if you are looking at solutions for powerful community forums. A bit pricey though.
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    • Vinish GargCo-founder @mystippi @ContentHug

      I have used it extensively in Andrew Chen's talk platform: http://talk.andrewchen.co/ and also for Write The Docs forum at http://forum.writethedocs.org/. I think it meets most of the goals of a well structured, well monitored, and custom discussion forum. I like it.

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    • Daler KarimovQuestion. Learn. Make. http://www.Eve.QA

      Happy using it for my projects:

      Eve.QA - easy and expressive Q&As for events.

      Oprium.com - a place to share and discover exciting opportunities.

      Apteka.TJ - forum on health, beauty and family well-being.

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    Mightybell

    Build a community and a business on mobile

    Such an easy way to create a community, you can set posts like Questions and get people to answer those. again not perfect but may do the job
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    Slido for Slack

    Crowdsource your team’s most burning questions in Slack

    Juraj PalHead of Strategic Partnerships at Slido Β· Written
    Juraj Pal made this product
    With this integration, you can now run AMAs straight in Slack too.
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