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There are many different reasons to build a community. It might be based on your business or a hobby. It may be to talk about your favourite sports team. Whatever the content, the key to success is to engage your community.

We've been helping successful communities for over 15 years. During that time, we've picked up a handful of tips that we are going to share with you today.
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As we come close to wrapping up development of Invision Community 4.3, we wanted to let you know of a few smaller improvements we've made to increase engagement to your community.

We've got news on tweaks to emails, reviews and another little addition.
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We've recently spoken about how we've brought our Gallery and Blog apps bang up to date with interface overhauls to bring them inline with the high standards our customers expect.

Keeping this in mind, we're thrilled to announce that we've taken Commerce right back to 2009.

This needs an explanation.
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Happy 16th Birthday To Us!

This month we turn 16! It's hard to believe that we started a handful of years after Google was founded and we pre-date Facebook and Youtube.

Come and celebrate with us.

There are times where you need to get the attention of your visitors. You might be closed on certain days of the year, performing server maintenance (if you are consider our Cloud Plans, they're excellent) or running a competition.

Invision Community 4.3 builds on the existing announcement feature to add a some new cool features.

Stuart has the details.
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It's been a busy month so far. We've posted numerous updates on features coming to Invision Community 4.3, so we thought today we'd take a REST.

Poor jokes aside, Brandon has the latest on the REST API updates coming to 4.3.
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We've made several improvements to our popular Social Promotion feature, which enables you to share interesting content to Twitter and your Facebook Pages and Groups.

Take a look at our latest blog for the details.
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January was packed with news about Invision Community 4.3, our next big release.

We recap some of the feature highlights revealed so far.
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One of the most frequent Admin tasks is managing member and customer data.

We've given the member management page a total overhaul to make it easier to switch between customer data and member data, and to make it much faster to edit common information.

It also looks really pretty now, which is a major plus.
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This is a great example of a small change having a large impact.

We've tweaked video uploads so they play as if they were embedded when attaching to a post or comment. As videos are now the most engaging format, it's a welcome change!

"The world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data", the Economist wrote recently.

Invision Community software stores a lot of important data that can be leveraged to analyze and improve upon the traffic and interactions with your site.

We've revamped the statistics areas in 4.3 to allow better data mining.

Brandon has the latest on our blog.
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We're a cool bunch here at Invision Community.

You'll see us around answering support tickets, posting in our community and writing cool new features and hilarious blogs. But, you won't see what we get up to in our spare time.

This month, we asked the question "What is your secret talent?" To which Andy replied "I can't tell you, it's a secret" making me rephrase the question immediately.

Without further ado, lets dive in.
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We've revamped Gallery for Invision Community 4.3.

New streamlined upload processes, brand new light boxes and easier ways to edit your photos.

Brandon has the details in our latest blog.
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Branding your community doesn't have to mean hiring a designer to create a custom theme.

Invision Community's built in tools can do the job in just a few minutes and you don't need any coding knowledge.

Let us show you how.
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We released news of Clubs just under a year ago for Invision Community 4.2 and it has been the best received feature to date.

Since the feature was released, we've collated an immense amount of feedback on the feature. Here's what we're improving for Invision Community 4.3.

Often it's the smaller changes that can make a big improvement in the day to day use of your community. We have made quite a few updates that will make your community flow better for you and your members.

Charles takes us through the updates in our latest blog.
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Do you hold Bitcoin? Congratulations! Whether it's worth a Gazillion USD or 0.50c by the time you read this, you can now spend it with Stripe enabled Invision Community sites.

Stripe is the most popular payment method in Commerce, allowing communities take payments by card securely with easy setup.

While there's no doubt that credit cards are still the most popular methods of making a payment, digital innovations such as Apple Pay and Bitcoin are increasing in popularity.

For 4.3 we've deepened our integration to support some of their latest features.
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Invision Community 4.3 adds scaleable searching via Elasticsearch and many interface updates to make finding content even easier.

Mark talks us through the updates in our latest blog.
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Great Scott!

We've taken Invision Community's Blog app by the scruff of the neck and dragged it into 2018!

There has been a growing trend for imagery to play a very important part of a blog entry. This update reflects that. We've very visual creatures, and a good photograph can entice readers into your blogs to read more.

Onboard more members by allowing them to sign in with their favourite service.
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Emoji are now built in to Invision Community 4.3! 🎉

Mark takes us through the features in our latest blog.

Wouldn't it be cool if you could crowd source moderation? With Invision Community 4.3 you can!

Our latest blog has the details.
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Thinking of starting a new community? We want you to succeed!

We've put together 7 questions you should consider before making it live.

We have news on our next big release, Invision Community 4.3.

Take a look at all the new features ready to ship!

As we make our final commits, merge in the last of our branches and wait for Charles to move more tasks to the development list, we pause to reflect on our year together as a company.

Pour some egg nog, grab some snacks and lets take a look at our journey this year.
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