The group software space is getting hot. Between Google Groups, Facebook Groups, Yammer, Convo, Asana, newcomer Slack and more, a loose or tight-knit organization has plenty of tools to choose from in order to keep its community organized.
Gina Bianchini’s second attempt at social networking for small communities, MightyBell, has fully joined the niche communication fray today, opening its “social for small groups” product up to all after two years of painstaking and iterative development.
MightyBell, which has gone through a couple of evolutions, has thus far been in private beta, powering Lean In’s Circles in addition to 450 communities set up by organizations like American Express, the Gates Foundation and online learning startup SkillCrush. Bianchini considers MightyBell to be in the “Internet of People” space, alongside “Facebook for X” products like Nextdoor, Houzz and Github.
“Most organizations today are using a combination of different products to…
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