3 Community Types
AllAnswered supports three community types: open, closed and private. See which one is right for you.
Question and Answer
Community members can ask questions, provide answers, vote and accept the right answers.
Article, Blog, Note
Share your knowledge and learning with the community and build an online knowledge base.
Idea, Proposal, Request
Have an idea for the community? Share it and see how others think about it.
Easily create a poll to gather feedback from community members. Poll results are shown in a bar chart.
Community admins can create an announcement which will be shown on the top the next time user logs in.
Post Type Permissions
Community admins can set permission for each post type - disable, moderator only and all members.
Too shy to post? You can post anonymously. This feature can be turned off by community admins.
Community members get email notifications for new posts and they can also follow specific posts.
Community admins can pin specific posts to the top to feature them to community members.
Community admins can update community discription, add moderators and change post type permissions.
Community moderators can edit, close and delete any posts in the community.
Invite others to join the community. Only community admins/moderators can invite if community is closed or private.
Responsive design that scales with screen size. Optimized for mobile devices from smartphones to tablets.
Support user sign up and login with Facebook, Google, Github, Twitter, Yahoo and Windows.
Share your communities and posts on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or by emails. It is as easy as a click of a button.
Easy Math Equation
Built-in graphic math equation editor for easy math input. Also support LaTeX/TeX/MathML/AsciiMath. See how.
Support code samples with syntax highlight.
Add images to your posts from a link or from a local file. Add Youtube videos simply using the Youtube link.
Attach files anywhere in your posts without loosing the context.
Add a Join button for your community on your own site or blog so your community members can easily join it.
Got your own site/blog? Embed your AllAnswered community there to allow questions and discussions from your audience.