- Short, crisp articles written by experts
- Ever-improving content
- Self-paced learning
- The Commonlounge Community
- Questions & Discussions
- Chats & Direct Messages
- Polls, Quizzes and more
Commonlounge has lists of free, bite-sized articles that make you efficient and productive at learning. It’s a community of learners who help each other out, as well as contribute back by improving the content for everyone.
Articles on Commonlounge are written to make sure they’re worth every bit of your time. They’re concise, clear and to the point. We make sure that only the best content makes it to our lists, which cover a wide range of topics from cryptocurrencies to UI/UX Design.
Every piece of content is a wiki, which means that anyone can improve it. This ensures that the article you are reading is always up to date, and what you write today will keep improving over time.
You decide when to start each list, follow them at your pace, and optionally set weekly reminders to send you the next item in your inbox. It’s very simple, lightweight, and it keeps you on track.
Our community is the key to what makes us different from everyone else, and why you will actually end up going through the lists and learn efficiently as a result. A community not only helps you when you’re stuck, it also keeps you accountable. Learning is more fun when done together.
Got a question? Want to get help with something? Found an amazing article elsewhere? Commonlounge is the right place to ask and share with folks just like you.
Hang out with fellow members, ask one-off questions or even get quick help from others online right now on our community chats. And when you want to continue a discussion in private, you can also send a direct message.
Want the community’s opinion on what the best tool is for a particular task — run a poll. Want to check your progress to see how you’re doing — take a quiz. It’s simple, intuitive and fun!
Unlike other learning platforms, Commonlounge’s mission is to make a place on the web for self-learners to learn from experts, as well as each other, and not to sell you courses. Interested in contributing?
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