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Getting Started
Getting Started

Here we cover the basics on how the platform works. How to setup your community and everything in between. 

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Getting Started
Soheil
Product Manager at Tribe

Yours to Customize

You can customize the look and feel of this community to match your branding Within the admin panel, you can:

  • 🎨 Define your primary color and secondary color.
  • 💫 You can upload your logo and fav icon.
  • 👓 You can add a custom navigation or links to top of the header.
  • 🔒 You can make your community public or private.
  • 💎 You can add your own custom css. meaning you can pretty much change whatever you see. from changing every color to hide any block.

Your limitation is your creativity.

Eli
Your Success Manager
Hola 👋
Let's start by watching a short overview of Tribe
https://tribeplatform.wistia.com/medias/0832gt3uct
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Getting Started
Eli
Your Success Manager

Need Support? We're here to help! 🎩

We are here for you to make sure you can setup and launch your community successfully. 

You can reach out to us via:

  • Chat: You can find the option on the top right under "Admin Support" box.
  • Email: You can reach out to us by sending email to success@tribe.so
  • Tribe Community: We have an active community where our users help each other out. There are a lot of questions already answered in there. Check it out. http://community.tribe.so/
  • Help Articles: We have many helpful articles on our help centre here.
Soheil
Product Manager at Tribe

Just simply follow these steps:

1. Decide on domain / subdomain name

Businesses usually chose “community.” as the subdomain for their domain so their community address looks like community.yourdomain.com2,257. I have posted some ideas for the subdomain name in the comment section.

2. Update your DNS with A or CNAME record

If you are using the main domain as your community address (e.g., www.YourAwesomeCommunity.com1,135), you need to follow the steps given below:

If the A Record is not set, the website won't be accessible... (More)