Yearly Archives: 2019

community December 11, 2019

The Loop #1: How we conduct research on the Community team

If you work on a product that’s ever benefited from research – whether that’s talking directly to users, analyzing experiment data, or any number of other research methods – you know how indispensable these inputs are for making the right decisions. But how do you decide which methods to use and when? How do you know if you’re spending the right amount of time on research? How do you know when it’s time to change your research methods?
Avatar for Donna Choi
Community Design Lead
The_Importance_of_Building_an_Internal_Developer_Community
talent-de December 10, 2019

Warum eine Employer Value Proposition (EVP) so wichtig ist

Die Employer Value Proposition ist nichts anderes als das Alleinstellungsmerkmal eines Arbeitgebers. Doch was genau macht Unternehmen einzigartig in den Augen von Entwicklern? Nachdem wir einige Updates im Design der Stack Overflow Unternehmensprofile veröffentlicht haben, riefen wir im September in unserer “Back to Branding” Kampagne Unternehmen dazu auf, ihre Auftritte aufzufrischen. Das Ergebnis haben wir…
company December 9, 2019

‘Tis the Season for Hats! Join Us for Winter Bash 2019

Around the globe, we look forward to celebrating traditions that are unique to us, our families, and our communities. The season gives us a chance to reflect, makes us smile, and helps bring us all together.  This year is a special one for the Winter Bash tradition. A hectic end of the year (that included…
Avatar for Cesar Manara
Community Manager
December 5, 2019

New post notices: Improving feedback on Stack Overflow questions

We know that giving our community mechanisms for sharing and receiving feedback is important. In her recent blog post, Meg Risdal described some of the ways that our Public Q&A product team is working to improve the way our system helps users share and receive feedback. I’m pleased to announce that starting today we are…
Avatar for Yaakov Ellis
Principal Web Developer & Community Advocate
company December 4, 2019

Introducing Subject Matter Experts

The new feature, available on the Business tier of Stack Overflow for Teams and coming to the Enterprise tier in 2020, allows your Team to associate a subject matter expert (SME) with a tag. Multiple Team members can be designated as SMEs for any given tag by your Team Admin.
Avatar for Lori Colston
Sr. Product Marketing Manager