Vanilla forums - customizable discussion forum with mobile support

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Vanilla is a powerful community publishing platform, and it comes with a great set of features. It has add-ons to embed your vanilla forums in to any of the site with single line of code. User will be allowed to login with their Facebook, Twitter, Google and OpenID account.

Vanilla has all functionality of a Forum software. It supports Managing users and roles, Spam detection, Talk to your community by writing messages. Messages can appear anywhere in the application, and can be used to inform your users of news and events.



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