A triond forum has to be the best development for triond in 2009.
A safe place for members to support and help each other with anything related to their work on triond.
This article brought our forum wishes to life.
We desperately need an official forum for triond because everyday there are so many great writers joining with a need to connect in this way. There is an unofficial triond forum but you don’t have to be a member of triond to join and many people go on there to leave spam or bad press about triond.
I am a big fan of forums and am a member of plenty. Some I lurk on and others I contribute to, but all of them are very stimulating to read or participate in.
Forums are a kind of interactive message board where members can read, reply to or post messages on virtually any subject you care to think about. Yes, there is even a forum on sea slugs – I kid you not!
A forum is a great place to seek help for an issue.
You can Google or use any search engine to find the type of forum that is likely to cover the type of information that you need. Just type in the subject followed by the word forum and see what comes up!
Most forums insist that you become a member before you post a message or reply, but signing up is usually completely free and takes no more than a couple of minutes. The great thing is that you only have to give your email address to most but there are options to fill out your profile with more information if you want to.
I have solved so many problems both practical and personal by seeking the help of others who have the knowledge and experience to help me. In turn, I contribute and reply to others if I feel they may benefit from my help.
Honest exchange of opinions is important in a safe forum that insists on triond membership to participate. I have no doubt that it would be a very popular forum where we could help each other rather that having to bother our editors or support teams each time that we have a problem.
So what do you think? Should we have a forum for triond? This may be the first place to get the idea firmly on the agenda!