When it comes to Forums inside or with blogs, there certainly is no shortage of them out there. When you Site Administrators are going through WordPress and their Multisite 3.1 you might find it a good thing to actually have this useful little plugin as part of your lineup. One thing that people really do like is being able to post questions and comments about a specific blog in the forum for that particular blog. Sometimes the forum is about solving certain problems and other times it is simply a place for comments to be left for all to see.
Setting up this plugin is not that difficult once you have it installed and running. You would simply drop a particular little code in/on the blog post or page that you want to introduce the forum for. After that your users take over and set up the forum themselves. They get a little shortcode that is they can post anywhere that they want to allow others registered with WordPress to go there and look it over.
The thrill of this for so many is that they start feeling like they have gotten a bbPress installed in/on their blogs. This also gives them feedback and information that they were looking for to begin with. Most of the time the Forums plugin goes hand-in-hand with the Communities plugin perfectly; as a matter of fact, all of the plugins for WordPress’ Multisite 3.1 are designed to work together to make your WordPress blog site the talk of your community. How many times have you readers commented on a forum post recently? How often do you comment on forum posts on you social media sites?
With the ease of understanding how to get started here and ease of use it is pretty obvious why so many pick these plugins. It is also great to be able to “sound off” as it were about something you have read. Sometimes it makes no difference whether you agree with the forum post and/or the responses or not; it is the ability to read and respond that counts. This is the point of this plugin to begin with. It is an easy way to bring people together from all over that might not have otherwise come together. Oh, should you decide to change a little after a certain number of forum posts, the “Upgrades Plugin” works well for that very thing folks!
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