An Online Community Forum for Your Members to Interact and Support Each Other 


One of the main reasons people join an organization is to find support from other members. Online Forums provide a great online space for asking questions and receiving answers on a variety of topics.

Tendenci currently uses a restricted version in our Forums module. It was intentionally designed that way by Founder Ed Schipul with the intention to eliminate any exploit available to your Tendenci website. However, being used privately among members is great and many of our clients, including Team Tendenci, leverage the forums module privately. Check out this help file and let us help you integrate a FOSS alternative Forum Software for higher customization to your Tendenci website. 

Public Forum vs. Private Forums

Tendenci Forums are launched with the same security options found throughout the software. Set permissions on your Forums to limit access to certain topics based on active membership. Go a step further and allow access based on Group membership to set up committee-based forums. Then let the conversations begin!

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Receive Email Notifications

Interested in following the discussion for a particular thread? You can subscribe to a Forum to be notified via email when new postings occur. No more constantly checking the page to see if anyone has responded to your question yet! 

Take a tour of our Tendenci Demo and give it a go. Check out our help file to Learn more about Setting up Forums using Tendenci Support.


Use Forums to build your online community today!

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