Forumbee is a cloud-based community and discussion forum-creation platform that supports social sharing, mobile moderation and a knowledge base. It features branding and design, discussion forums, Q&A forums, feedback forums and private communities.
Forumbee allows users to customize the forum with built-in themes or their own branding, colors, and logos. With Q&A forums, members can post questions and helps others by answering and sharing their knowledge. The searchable knowledge base of Forumbee enables members to access the help and how-to articles. Users can create private communities within the website to ensure confidentiality.
Forumbee offers a range of moderation tools including user-rights control over the content and ability to suspend, ban and manage those who break community policies. It has an activity wall, which shows real-time activity across the community. Members can share images, photos, videos, ask questions, start discussions and leave comments.
Forumbee offer mobile forums which are optimized for mobiles devices with built-in support for Android, iOS, and mobile web browsers.
Melanie from The Beard Group
Employees number: 201-500 employees
We use forumbee for our Community as a Church as an alternative to social media sites. Its more organized and targeted for discussions and questions asked by the parishioners. It has created a private space where people can post about relevant topics. I'm not sure if anyone else has considered using a forum style software for something like a Parish But it has brought us together (especially the younger crowd) in a whole new way. Get creative with it!
It can be a little difficult to keep track of all of the users. I feel it can visually become a little cluttered and disorganized.
Robbie from Davis and Pyle Plastic Surgery
Everything. We tried multiple forum providers including Plush, Mobilize, Facebook Groups, and Vanilla Forums. All for different reasons, none of these guys were able to meet our needs. ForumBee literally has everything that we were looking for to support our 6000+ member community. We are so thankful for them, and we highly recommend them.
The largest downside to ForumBee is their unwillingness to connect on the phone. I can appreciate the value of them doing this; however, it's been a frustration for us to not be able to develop a deeper relationship with them. We want to be a part of making ForumBee better, but it's going to be difficult when all communication is based in email.