Populi's user community can be found on our Discord Server. It's a place where Populi users communicate directly with one another—asking questions, sharing tips and workflows, and getting ideas about how to use Populi to run their schools the best way possible. Populi folks will also make appearances (our usernames will end with .populi—so I'm
adam.populi, for example). Here's a little more information about the Discord Server and instructions on how to request an invitation...
What is a Discord Server anyway? Discord is a realtime discussion platform that provides chatrooms (among other things), letting Populi users converse in topic-focused channels; the collection of channels is called a "Server". For one example, Registrars could gather in the "Academics" channel and discuss, say, how to use Degree Audits as an advising tool.
Who can join the Populi Discord Server? The Server is invitation-only and open to Populi Users who are on staff at their institution. (Sorry students!)
How can I join the Populi Discord Server? Just submit a Support Request with the subject Discord Invitation Request. Make sure you do this while logged into the Populi Support site so we can verify your identity! In your request let us know what sorts of things you'd like to communicate with other Populi users about so we know which channels to plug you into.