In recent years, it’s become common for companies and projects to host their developer communities on Discord. Many large communities have even transitioned from Slack to Discord. Discord has introduced many new features for managing and moderating communities. Whether you are considering Discord for your community or already running a Discord community and want to get more out of the tool, this workshop will provide you with tips and insights you need. Join Erin Mikail Staples as she walks you through the using Discord to manage developer and technical communities.
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Discord for Developer Communities
In recent years, Discord has sort of exploded as a community platform. It has since been adopted as a core platform across technical and non-technical communities. What once primarily was used in the gaming industry has now been more widely adopted across communities of all types.
Let’s explore a little bit of the platform’s history, how it’s being used today, and why (or why not) it makes a fit for your community’s needs. We’ll also go over tips and tricks to using the platform, basic bots and platform features, and the possibilities of what you could do with this in the future.
Join this workshop if:
- You are considering Discord as a solution for your technical community
- You want to get the most out of the tool
- You feel like you’re not getting the most out of this tool
What you’ll learn
- The Move to Community
- Critiques of the platform
- Types of channels
- Safety + Things to note
Possibilities + Potential
- Use Cases