Jul 18, 2017 - Product Center

How to Customise your Open Social Design

Your community design is important for success. Learn how to adjust your Open Social design as a SaaS customer.

posted by Bas
May 22, 2017 - Product Center

Customizing Your Open Social Theme

In this blogpost Peter gives you a quick overview of the themes we've created and provides you with some tips for setting up your own Open Social branding layer.

posted by Peter
Apr 18, 2017 - Product Center

We're Live! Discover Our SaaS 1.0 Release!

A year and a half since we started our journey, from our crowd funding round back in 2015, to our Alpha launch 9 months ago and two weeks since we launched Release Candidate 1, we have now launched our Open Social SaaS release!

posted by Mieszko
Mar 30, 2017 - Product Center

Release Candidate 1 is Out Now! Help Us Crush Our Bugs!

We're proud to announce our Shipsters-team shipped Release Candidate 1 today!

posted by Mieke
Feb 01, 2017 - Product Center

Introducing the Mentions Feature for Open Social

Taras provides a short explanation of mentions and explains how we have integrated this feature into Open Social to boost engagement.

posted by Taras
Jan 18, 2017 - Product Center

Installing Open Social with Composer

Are you familiar with GIT and Drush? Here's how you can install Open Social locally with Composer!

posted by Jaap
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Nov 30, 2018 - Product Center

How to Grow with Customer Success as a SaaS Business

What does customer success mean? How can we excel at it as we grow? We at Open Social have some answers.

posted by Evelien
Nov 21, 2018 - Drupal World

Protect Your Comment Sections from Profanity and Spam

Comment sections are where most of the action takes place. Learn the top modules that protect them from spam and profanity.

posted by Taras
Nov 13, 2018 - Open Source

Project Moss: Software Testing in Shining Armour

Learn how our software testing project increased Open Social's software quality, flexibility, and reduced time spent on testing.

posted by Bram