Yesterday, we ran a blog post by Stephen Smith on what an incredible resource the Logos forums are. With over 40,000 users, the forums provide a strong community that is both informed and helpful. It doesn’t matter if you are looking for information about a particular resource, assistance with an aspect of Logos 4, or just good tips and tricks to help get the most out of your study time, the Logos forums are an exceptional tool.
We recently realized how the Logos blog might be strengthened when combined with the community on the Logos forums. By moving the comments from the blog to the forums, users get the benefit of turning an isolated comment into a conversation. Now you can join thousands of users in discussing the various resources, tips, and general information discussed on the Logos blog!
So, starting today—on a trial basis—we are going to redirect blog comments to the forums. Each blog post will include a link to a forum thread where you can comment, discuss, or ask questions about the day’s post. You can also start your own thread in the Blog Forum too, if you have a specific blog related idea you would like to examine.
Another benefit to a Logos forum discussion is the ability to receive email notifications when someone comments on a thread that you are interested in. So if you post a training question brought up by the blog post you are reading (or even if you see someone else posted a question you have been curious about), you can simply hit the link in the upper right of the thread and get an email as soon as someone responds.
This is a simple notification email to let you know that someone has contributed to the thread you are watching. If you want to reply you will need to return to the forum, and not try to respond to the email.
We are excited to see how integrating the blog with the Logos forums is going to help foster the growing community we have here at Logos. Trust us, if you haven’t experienced the fellowship of the Logos forums, you are going to be pleasantly surprised.
Head over to the forum and let us know what you think!