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Fandomentals Community Official Launch

As decreed by the Good Queen Carol, first of her name, a community has been built for all Fandomentals!

We’ve been working on this project from planning to development throughout 2019, and we’re very excited to launch our new community this month. During our growth as a site, we’ve loved reading all of the comments and discussions our readers have left in article comments. However, a comment section does have limits on how long discussion can carry on, so we decided to build a community site that allows for multiple discussions to carry on from both site and non-site content. You’ll find several groups you can join, or maybe you even want to make your own! All groups come with both a main feed (similar to what you’d see for Facebook group pages) and a discussion tab that hosts a group-specific forum for when you want to have easy to find discussions that aren’t buried in the regular group feed.

Included is also the ability to participate in a general chat, or to instant message other members in your connections. You can still use old-fashioned private messages by navigating to an individual profile and clicking the message button if a chat window isn’t your style. The Fandomentals Community is completely free to use, simply register an account there and voila! (We’re hosting the community on a separate database so yes, you will need to create a new account there.)

Make sure you read the community rules and feel free to contact an editor if you have any questions. We’re excited to see how our community continues to grow, and we welcome everyone to join us!

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