The majority of companies are now working remotely and asynchronous collaboration is more important than ever. Companies around the globe use Stack Overflow for Teams to do just that (including those that newly adopted the platform since we made it free through June 2020). But only one company has been using Teams since its inception:…
Back in February, we shared our Q1 Community Roadmap with you. In that post, we described our four roadmap themes which will continue throughout the year. In our commitment to provide transparency, we will continue to share our roadmaps each quarter. So without further ado, here is our Q2 Community Roadmap: Q2 2020 April May…
Our most requested feature is finally coming to life. You can try out Dark Mode in beta across Stack Overflow and help us make it great.
Today, we want to share the release of Report this Ad, a new beta feature that gives you even more control over your advertising experience by allowing you to easily flag an ad on our network.
In this post, we take a look behind the scenes and explore how we approached building our Jira app. We’ll discuss some of the challenges, pitfalls, and lessons we learned from building this integration and look at the inner workings of our Jira app.
The safety of our employees, community, and customers are our primary concern. There are a number of measures we’re taking to ensure we manage to safely get through this situation while continuing to serve our community and customers effectively.
By creating a centralized knowledge management ecosystem, companies are able to build a natural and sustainable culture of transparency, encouraging collaboration by improving access to information.
Editor’s note: You can discuss this post on Meta here: https://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/344178/the-q1-2020-community-roadmap-is-on-the-blog/344209 As we work to improve our relationship and communications with our users, we want to share with you our community roadmap each quarter, so once every three months. Even though we are halfway through this quarter, we wanted to share with you what we…
In this post, we'd like to talk about some of the initiatives that are happening internally at Stack Overflow aimed at addressing and repairing our relationship with our community.
A note from our new CEO, Prashanth Chandrasekar, reflecting on his first 90 days and laying out his vision for 2020.
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?