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I'm noticing an uptick in communities either leaving or transitioning from Discord as their central place of communication. Common themes I'm seeing around this decision: Discord burnout privacy issues lack of proper organization Who else has witnessed this & what reasons would you attribute to wanting to move away?
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We transitioned @journodao from discord to telegram earlier this year & its been great for our core (we’re a very small community). We now keep Discord as a “container” & those who wish to join & be active need to interact w/a core member to get TG access. Simple. More fluid. Less noise & chaos.
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interesting! it's so tough to find a platform as good as discord but still few actually enjoy it for larger communities. it's a really difficult problem to solve for! I'm in over 100 discords still but only participate in a few, mostly enjoying telegram and small chats
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There’s def a shift happening & i feel its everything you listed & more. There are soooo many communities now that we’re floating in & out of them faster. And forming smaller pods of community within a larger communal context- like FC/Base. Community’s are becoming more ephemeral, like daos.
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the name of the app says it all.
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We've gotten more often ask if our tool is available for Telegram or Discord. The addition of channels made Telegram a better alternative. Both (telegram and Discord) are still described as places for those who want to hype stuff, not do serious business (aka governance).
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