Interact with other users and discuss the topic of your choice.
Communities are the space where you can interact and discourse with other users. They are the perfect place to begin discussions with users about different topics. There are many different categories within Communities,
and within each category are a variety of subcategories. For example, a person who is interested in photography might start a community where other photographers can share their work, get feedback, discuss cameras and other equipment, share PhotoShop tips, etc.
Another type of community could consist of people from a certain region who want to create a group on the site. This could be a country, a state, a city, or even a neighborhood. Fans of a particular football team could make a community. There are many different ways to use this feature.
When you create a Community, you are the owner and the moderator of that Community.
You can invite users to join and decide what the protocol is within the community, but remember that it must always be within the confines of the Socialphy protocol. There are certain types of Posts that are better suited for the Communities section of the page than the Posts section. For example, you can't make a Post to ask a question about something or to begin a debate. If you want to create this kind of content you can do so in the Communities section of the website. You can search through the existing communities for the topic of your choice, or if the community you want doesn't exist yet, you can create it yourself!
In the My Communities section you will find all of the communities of which you are a member. You can filter them by name, your rank within the community, number of members, or number of topics.
In the Communities' Directory you will find all of the communities in Socialphy broken down by category and subcategory. This is a great place to start if you want to join some communities but aren't sure which ones. If you have something specific in mind you can also use the search option to find the community you're seeking.
Within each community, the users can create "Topics" and the other members of the community can respond to the topics.
Topics are different than posts in relation to their content, as mentioned above. They are also different in that they cannot receive points. However, they can be marked as a favorite and recommended. And you also can vote on a Topic with a simple +1 or -1« Tutorial Home