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[ANNOUNCEMENT] UPDATE 2021-08-17: Zettlr Forum is Moving to Github Discussions!

edited August 2021 in General

UPDATE Aug 17th, 2021: The move is going into the final round:

I will be disabling registration soon, and soon afterwards, this forum will be made read-only! Please move to Github discussions. Additionally, you may also join our Discord and Subreddit!

Dear all,

we have just provisioned a new server and are slowly migrating all services to the new one. In order to upgrade some of our services, this forum will also be moved, but additionall moved to a discourse instance! This means that you need to re-register on the new forum. We will make sure to archive this forum in some way so that it remains accessible. For more information, make sure to follow us on Twitter!


  • Short update: Just moved the forum to the new server and decided the new URL should be, so there's much time …

  • edited January 2021

    Hi Hendrik - thanks so much for all your work around Zettlr. What is the status of the move? Your post from July 2020 states will be the new URL, but that does not work for me. Maybe you can update this thread with the new URL an a status update as it currently is unclear whether will stay active or not and if not what the timeline for migration is and where users would migrate. The blue migration banner at the top of this forum here adds to the confusion. Seeing quite a few recent entries it feels as if this is still active.

  • I wasnt able to do this yet. I will announce it here. Pleas ebe patient.

  • So it has been quite some time, but I have decided it's best to move the community forum to various other places:

    What comes closest to this forum is the Github Discussions section. Please go there for further forum-like discussions!

    Additionally, we have a Discord server now, so please join there for more real-time chat-like experiences:

    And finally we have the Subreddit, which is similar to a forum, but not quite:

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