Made for community

Companies are simply communities of people working together. Building on the foundation of Discourse's open-source community platform, Discourse for Teams has the features your team needs to work together in a helpful and thoughtful manner.

Your team's long-term memory

Meeting notes disappear, emails end up forgotten, and Slack logs get erased. Your team needs a place to store and find relevant information for the long-term. Whether it's a how-to guide, onboarding checklist, or project discussion, Discourse for Teams keeps this information handy — for now and for the future.

Out-of-the-box integrations

Discourse for Teams integrates with GitHub, Slack, and more out of the box — no special pricing tiers or upsold packages required. Plus, our extensive API allows easy connection with countless applications via services like Zapier or Integromat.

GitHub Zapier Integromat

Why customers   Discourse for Teams

Top notch support

Our customer service is the number one reason our customers love working with Discourse. If you get stuck, reach out to our support team — you'll see. We're responsive, helpful, and work with you to get any issues resolved as quickly as possible.

Backed by open-source

Discourse for Teams is a set of customizations built upon our open-source community product, Discourse. That means you get the peace of mind from using a highly customized version of an open-source app without the cost of paying developers and the hassle of maintaining your install.

Made by a remote team, for remote teams

The folks making Discourse are part of a fully remote, asynchronous team, and they've used Discourse to coordinate those efforts since 2013. Discourse for Teams takes all the lessons the company learned about working remotely and gives you a communication platform to take your team to the next level.

Discourse for Teams + Slack:
Working better, together.

Choosing the best software for your team might seem like a difficult choice, but it doesn't have to be.

Slack and Discourse for Teams each have their purpose in a company's toolbox. Slack is immediate and synchronous, while Discourse for Teams is gradual and asynchronous.

Where Slack is great for real-time resolutions and socializing, Discourse for Teams excels at fostering inclusive discussion and keeping thoughtful conversation available and organized -- no matter how long after it takes place.

If your company is already using Slack, great! Discourse for Teams and Slack pair well together if you handle chats and discussion topics as short- and long-term memory, respectively. When the important, relevant discussion moves from Slack to Discourse for Teams, the entire company benefits by having access to it for the long-term.

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$20/month

for up to 5 team members
$6.67/month for additional members

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