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Personally, I miss the online forums. I don't think chats work very well. They speed up conversation, but in practice I don't find that to be a good thing.
It's the same for me with live sessions. It's efficient for the broadcaster, but it's extremely inefficient for the viewer.
Honestly, I would rather pay you to have that information condensed and edited for me into a video or an article.
I'd much rather read comments like this if I want to, and decide myself instead of being forced to take part of every single Question like you do on a Live session.
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I'll just throw the hat in the ring for "Circle" for platform of choice. I think it offers some amazing functionality to take the best of community features and present them in a modern, "it just works" type interface.
I'm not a big fan of live-chat-forward type apps for this kind of thing (i.e. Slack, Discord), as it's just so easy to get lost in the muck.
Happy to provide further testimonials/thoughts on Circle or online communities in general.
Looking forward to connecting with more folks through your platform!
In my opinion, that poll won't deliver a conclusive result. It would have been easier for people to pick between the types of platforms, i.e. chat tool like Slack / forum / community platform like Mighty networks.
In my case, I don't know Circle, so I didn't consider it on my vote.
And personally, I find chat tools good for ad-hoc conversations, but also extremely chaotic and not a good choice to create long-term value/user-generated content.