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  • Welcome!

    Welcome to our community forums, full of great ideas on running your own community effectively, or for peer-to-peer support of our products and services. Please register if you'd like to take part.

  1. Support

    Help shape the future of Invision Community by suggesting new features, or giving feedback on existing functionality.

    New to Invision Community or need advice on making use of the platform?

    Run into an issue and need help from the Invision Community Team?

  2. Community

    Discussion area for the exclusive use of current Invision Community clients and community managers.

    Have a tip or idea for running a community? Start a topic here!

    Need advice beyond the scope of Invision Community support? Got a question on the best server specs, or how to optimize a database?

  3. Marketplace

    Support

    This forum is to seek support and advice for Marketplace items.

    Have an idea for something you'd like to see in the Marketplace or do you want to find a developer for your own project? Feel free to post here!

  4. Developers

    Use this forum to interact with our development team on technical issues, suggestions and official best practices advice. 

  • Our picks

    • Wanted: PHP developer to join our growing team
      Invision Community has an exciting opportunity for an experienced PHP developer to join our team!

      As a back end PHP developer, you will be working closely within a tight nimble team. You are a clear thinking problem solver and are able to demonstrate skills in creativity and innovation with the ability to meet deadlines. You thrive when given a brief and create well structured efficient code.
      • 5 replies
    • Help me, Invision Community. You're my only hope: from administrator to community leader
      Shifting your interpersonal narrative from administrator to community leader can profoundly change your community’s culture for the better.

      As a community leader, you’ll inevitably perform administrative tasks, including the nitty gritty like group promotions, moderating and reputation (all critical functions for a high-functioning community). However, it’s possible to execute said functions while cloaked under anonymity that the administrator title can provide (that’s not necessarily good or bad, it just is). An important component to community leading is visibility.
      • 14 replies
    • Web push notifications, native sharing & offline support
      As we approach the release of Invision Community 4.6, I wanted to take you through some improvements for using Invision Community on a mobile device including web push notifications, splash screen images, native web sharing and offline detection.
      • 29 replies
    • Updates to our community
      You’ve probably already noticed that something looks a little different in our community today.

      As part of our ongoing community improvements, we’ve performed some housekeeping to streamline the forum structure, make more distinction between areas and open up a few areas to guests and friends.

      The big visual change is that we now have four separate areas: support, community, marketplace and developers. It should hopefully be clear what each section does, but let's go through a few examples.
    • No-code automation with Zapier
      Cloud and Enterprise Community customers can create automated workflows between Invision Community and over 3,000 other apps including Google Documents, MailChimp, Facebook and Twitter with just a few clicks.
      • 50 replies
    • Battling toxicity in communities with kindness and vulnerability
      When someone exhibits toxic behavior... ask yourself why, and more importantly... can you help them?

      Typically, a troll’s demeanor stems from what’s transpired in their real life, and it manifests onto your community (lucky you!). Know there’s a motive behind the negativity; a harsh reality they may not want to face.

      You’re not necessarily required to reach out, and a suspension is a lot easier, but taking this upon yourself as a community leader to uncover what’s really going on is an unrequited and selfless act that’ll set your community apart.
      • 14 replies
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