I'm excited to share a number of improvements to Newsletter we've recently launched, as well as several new features and changes we have planned.
Last month, we wrote about the GDPR and what Threadloom was doing to prepare. Below is an update on related changes.
Whether your forum is based in the European Union (EU) or elsewhere, chances are that you are already aware of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). As the GDPR approaches in late May, here's a preview of what to expect from Threadloom.
We're happy to announce that the Threadloom plug-in – which gives you access to both Threadloom Search and Threadloom Newsletter – is now available for XenForo 2.
When we launched Threadloom Search six months ago, our goal was to make it easier for forums to find their best content. Our cloud search plug-in returns 10x more results than XenForo, and is 10x faster than vBulletin. Today, 150+ forums with 400 million posts are using Threadloom Search. We're grateful to our customers and proud to support them.
This week, we released our 2nd product, Threadloom Newsletter. Our goal is to help forums painlessly deliver great email newsletters.
Last year I inherited a minivan from my brother. I’m barely 5 feet tall, and I felt like I was driving a cruise ship. A few passenger side dings and scrapes later, I started researching how to buy a new car. I narrowed down my choices to a Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, and Subaru Outback. I spoke with friends who owned those cars, did numerous test drives, and checked out car maker websites and a few blogs.
Last month in Chicago at the Facebook Community Summit, Mark Zuckerberg announced Facebook’s new mission to empower communities and grow FB Groups to one billion users. Currently Facebook has 100 million people (5% of all users) in meaningful groups. To grow Groups by 10x, the company will emphasize community-based features in its product roadmap.
Facebook unveiled five new admin tools at their Community Summit. These tools allow group moderators to: schedule posts; block and add members more easily; analyze group metrics; and link groups to help you find more FB groups to join.
All this begs the question: Does Facebook have plans to make online forums obsolete?
Red Model S. Baby boots. Cornet for sale. What do all of these forum searches have in common? They’re all better when you can search for images alongside posts. Today, I’m excited to share that Image Search is now available for all Threadloom customers.
Many forums host a WordPress blog or other resources on their site. Unfortunately, until now, there hasn’t been an integrated solution to search over blog and other content alongside your forum posts. Today, we’re launching Custom Search Tabs, which allows you to integrate content from your WordPress blog or other resources in your Threadloom search results.
Ever search for something on a forum and wish you could quickly drill into a specific category? Or see who the top posters are for that particular search and narrow the results instantly to the top three users' posts? Or easily view all sold or closed items based on a thread prefix?