Test IO Community in Discord

Introduce Discord application as Test IO Community communication tool.

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Written by Irina Lebedzeva
Updated over a week ago

Joining Test IO platform and developing career in testing, you become a part of our Community in Discord – a place where all members can connect to each other, communicate (also in mother tongues), ask questions and get helpful advice, receive the latest news and announcements, participate in fun activities.

What is Discord?

Discord is a place where everyone can find a community that suits person’s interests. All is needed is to create an account and find the servers to join. Discord is a group-chatting platform originally built for gamers that has since used by many kinds of communities. It has boomed in popularity during the pandemic, as more people have worked, played games, and socialized online. Discord has communities from all fields of life: fan clubs, businesses, companies, book clubs, gaming communities, etc. The platform has more than 350 million registered users, out of which there are 150 million active users. Discord runs on Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, iPadOS, Linux, and in web browsers.

Discord Glossary

Discord is divided into servers, each of which has its own members, topics, rules, and channels. Servers are the spaces on Discord. They are made by specific communities and friend groups. Any one can start a new server for free and invite their friends to it.
Servers are filled with text and voice channels. Each server usually has multiple channels, each of which is dedicated to a different topic or has different rules. In text channels users can post messages, upload files, and share images for others to see at any time. In voice channels, users can connect through a voice or video call in real time, and can share their screen.

Users can send private messages to other users as a direct message (DM), as well as start a voice or video call. Most DMs are one-on-one conversations, but users have the option to create a private group DM, with a maximum size of ten people. Group DMs are not public and require an invite from someone in the group.

Users can share their screen with other people who are in a server or a DM with them.

Test IO Community in Discord

Discord is historically used by Test IO Community as a communication tool.

By joining our Community, you'll be able to take full advantage of Discord features:

  • application is easy and intuitive to use, has user-friendly interface and supports 29 different languages;

  • it is free to use. Almost all platform features are unlimited, including voice and video calling and video streaming;

  • platform allows customize the looks and other features to user's own liking and gives individual users control on how they interact with each server and user.

Our Discord Community unites people from different parts of the world. Every day members have a large variety of topics to discuss, participate in different types of educational and entertainment events, share their thoughts and experiences, and just have fun. The most popular weekly and monthly activities and events are: Record Breakers and Discord Promotions, Tigercorn nomination, Ranking season, 'Bug or Not Quiz', Testing Tip of the Week, interviews with community members and different fun games and quizzes.

The main channels are:

  • To get familiar with the Test IO Discord Community guidelines and Community Rules everyone starts with #you-start-here channel.

  • General discussions about the Test IO platform and the Community are held in #general channel. It is the channel for making suggestions, ask questions and leave feedback.

  • Moderators and admins introduce сompany news, platform updates, test requests and surveys in #community-updates channel.

  • A place to ask for advice from collegues, discuss various trisky situations and get support is #ask-a-tester channel.

  • Different entertaining content (quizzes, fun facts posts, interviews, holidays, etc.), various discussions, and introductions are held in #social channel.

  • #level-up channel contains educational materials, useful advices and tech news.

  • All the information and discussions about upcoming or ongoing events are posted in #community-event-channel channel.

  • Psychological posts, discussions, and a place to ask for help if a person has hard times psychologically is #psychological-support channel.


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