Higher Logic Thrive Community (Thrive Community) gives your organization or business the tools you need to create private, secure communities that drive communication, collaboration, and engagement among your members and customers.
There are a few things you should do in order to set up and start using your Thrive Community site. To help you with this, we have compiled several articles that you can use to learn about Thrive Community's modules, features, and other tools.
Getting Started articles series...
The Getting Started knowledge base articles are in Getting Started > Higher Logic Thrive Community and have the following indicator.
There are a few things you should do to set up and start using your Thrive Community.
To guide you, we have compiled this series of articles to help you get started!
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These are stand-alone articles; the tasks that they describe do not have any defined order.
TIP: Use the Previous Topic and Next Topic links at the top and bottom of the articles for easy navigation.
As you continue to build and manage your community, we encourage you to read (and bookmark!) our Higher Logic Thrive Community knowledge base articles to learn how to make the most of your community.
Site design & settings
- Site Management covers site navigation & content; password policy and Terms & Conditions; site setup, analytics, advertisements, and more.
- Community Management has articles that'll help you manage email templates; community discussions and libraries; community types; and other admin tasks.
- The Member Management section is all about managing the people in your community. Learn about the different admin levels; moderation; security groups; and of course, managing your users.
Check out some of the "core" community modules.
- Blogs, Discussions, and Ideation keep your members engaged with one another.
- Mentoring and Volunteering are two modules that encourage your members to get more involved.
- Event Manager is a module that you'll want to use to create and manage events for your communities. Learn about the different types of events; how to set up payment providers; and manage event presenters and registrants.
These are just a few of the tools, features, and modules that you have at your disposal to make your community a vibrant and engaging environment; an environment in which your members feel that they are an integral part.