Is there a community you wished that was here so that you could bring others and discuss stuff with them in it?
What kind of content do you find debating with others on other platforms like Twitter or reddit? As for me, I always felt those platforms aren't just cut out to engender a decent discussion and with Commonlounge, we are hoping to build just the place where you can talk to more than just your friends, in a civil setting.
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Have you been working in the technology industry for a bit, and feel you’re comfortable passing your knowledge forward to others? Commonlounge is a community of learners that depends on generous contributions from people like you to make the content better for everyone. We try to make it as easy as possible for you to get started: all you need to do is put on your writing hat, and get going!
There are a few ways to contribute to Commonlounge:
Make an existing list better by writing an article: All our lists are ever evolving, and we are always seeking contributions to make them better. If you’re following a list, make sure to check out “How to improve this” section at the bottom.
Edit existing articles to make them better: Most articles are looking for improvements, and you can pitch in by adding what’s missing. There’s a “How to Improve this” section at the bottom of each article as well.
We are excited to announce that we are releasing Quizzes on Commonlounge today! They are a fun way for you to test each other's, as well as your own knowledge about anything under the sun. For example, you can make a quiz on fan trivia for TV Shows based communities, or practice tests for learning based communities. We are most surprised by use cases you come up with for features we build, so we're looking forward to some amazing quizzes from you. Here's how you create one:
Our most engaged communities are purpose-driven and lists are an effective tool to get things done — and though our users have beenmakinglists for a while on Commonlounge, we felt we could do better and made native Lists into the product.
Lists are a way for you to make public collections so that you can track your progress over time, as well as subscribe and set email reminders to get you back to them at a frequency of your choice. Check out our first few Lists here: