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Maximizing Group Collaboration in Drupal Commons 3.0 Communities [June 27, 2013]

Maximizing Group Collaboration in Drupal Commons 3.0 Communities [June 27, 2013]

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Traditionally, companies looking to build vibrant communities in the digital space have had a choice of either expensive custom solutions which were slow to deploy and difficult to maintain or out-of-the-box solutions which had limited functionality customization options. Drupal Commons 3.0 offers both speedy deployment and robust capabilities which can be customized to suit the needs of individual communities to maximize collaboration among members.

VML has created successful communities on Drupal for clients such as PayPal, Y&R, Gavilon, and Western Union. In this webinar, we'll share some of our top tips for building public and private community sites focused on group collaboration.

What you’ll learn:
• Our top collaboration-focused features in Commons 3.0
• Best practices for the creation of internal groups to foster knowledge sharing
• How to customize the features and branding in a Commons 3.0 site
• How to easily configure your site for mobile to best support participation by group members on the go

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Thursday, June 27, 2013
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Posted on by Dirk Hacker.

Thank you for the concise presentation of how Commons 3 is used to create and add group functionality.

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