2 alternatives to discord

Voice and text chat apps are great tools to connect with team members in real time. Many professionals and gamers are already using voice and text chat apps to collaborate and exchange important information.

Why use an alternative to Discord?

Fancy design and their love for games are the two reasons why people use Discord but it’s a good idea to look at other options than Discord. We are not saying that it’s bad or something but it’s definitely not the best choice for businesses and organizations as it is limited to just the niche of gamers. Here are some reasons that might make you - Not-so-professional UI - No self-hosting available - Frequent server raids - Chat bombardment - No robust integrations - Privacy issues  

Mighty Networks

Features

  • Scale a community without chaos or complexity
  • Gather your community under your own brand
  • Build a business, without the burnout

Pros

  • Only Mighty has data from hundreds of thousands of thriving communities cultivated over the past five years.
  • That’s how we know things like the optimal price to charge for a monthly membership, or how much content you really need to build your first online course.
  • We share these learnings with you and more through Mighty Community and Mighty Insights™, the deep analytics and benchmarking you get with Mighty.

Cons

  • Slower to reach ROI
  • More Expensive
  • Dangerous for public communities

Circle

Features

  • Teachable integration—Since Circle was the brainchild of Teachable employees, one of the main uses is building e-learning communities. This integration is available on all paid plans for Circle and Teachable.
  • Unlimited in-person and virtual events—Create a space for each event type and let members RSVP with one click.
  • Access levels and monetization—Gate or ungate different areas of your community, collect subscription fees, accept payments, and offer upsells and trials.

Pros

  • Amazing interface with different settings for unlimited customization
  • Great analytics 
  • Easily add multiple community managers as your support team

Cons

  • Relatively expensive compared to alternatives
  • Lacks some functionality if your goal is to make a course
  • Long load time on video uploads 

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