Community Coach has compiled a list of the best no-code or low-code platforms and tools out there for community managers to build and engage with their online communities. Here are some great open-source low-code and no-code platforms & tools to consider below.
No or Low-Code Community Platforms
Of course there are free platforms already out there such as Facebook Groups, Discord, Slack etc.
However, if you’re looking to take your community to a new platform (but don’t know how to code or really don’t want to touch code at all) here are some great options to consider:
Circle is a community platform designed for course creators who want to gather their students and audiences around their content, engage them in discussions and turn them into paying members. This includes membership, course, product, and coaching communities. Circle also allows for newsletter and podcast communities as well. You can organize discussions in public or private spaces when needed. There is also this helpful no-code tutorial by Makerpad on how to connect Memberspace with Sircle and Notion if that meets your requirements.
ENTERPRISE: Contact them via their website
ENTREPRISE: CUSTOM PRICING
Starts from $29/month
Outseta is intended for business minded creators to have all the tools they need to launch and grow their business communities. It has an all-in-one platform integrating CRM, subscription billing, customer communication tools such as email marketing, help desk and chat. Outseta gives businesses a single, clear view of your business’ performance that you need to grow your monthly recurring revenue.
MONTHLY PLAN: $10
ANNUAL PLAN: $100
No or Low-Code Community Tools
There are also no or low-code community tools that are very useful to enhance the community experience, whether that be helping with member introductions, hosting fun events or improving analytics.
STANDARD PRICING: start at $49 per month (billed annually)
PREMIUM PLAN: start at $99 per month (billed annually)
Party: Contact them directly