May 16, 2017 - Community Management

Set KPIs to Help Your Community Blossom

Learn about the importance of KPIs for Community Management and the Open Social Analytics solution to help you monitor your community goals.

posted by Niels
Feb 16, 2017 - Open Source

Advantages of a Component Library

An Atomic Design-based component library has various advantages for UX, UI, visual designers, and even front-end developers. Find out why!

posted by Bas
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
Jan 04, 2017 - Open Source

Advantages of Using Atomic Design for Open Social

In this blog Frank de Riet explains the benefits of Atomic Design and how we've implemented it for Open Social.

posted by Frank
Dec 07, 2016 - Open Source

Time to Slowly Move Away from Bootstrap

In this blog Maikel walks you through our designing and theming efforts for 2016 and explains the challenges we faced naming things in our distribution.

posted by Maikel
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Jul 11, 2018 - Product Center

Why We Need to Learn More: eLearning and Beyond!

Knowledge is a fundamental part of society. This is how Open Social incorporated innovation and eLearning into its community software.

posted by Moritz
Jul 11, 2018 - Community Management

Zes Onmisbare Eigenschappen voor een Community Manager

Een community manager heef vijf belangrijke kerntaken. Maar zonder deze 6 onmisbare eigenschappen is de community manager minder goed in staat deze uit te voeren.

posted by Sjoerd
Jun 25, 2018 - Product Center

Building Attractive Landing Pages

Landing pages can become the heart and soul of your community. Learn how to use them properly in Open Social!

posted by Natasha