If you have not heard of Moot before, let me introduce you to the platform, Moot is a modern, fast, highly scalable discussion platform that you can embed onto your own web page, and personalize with css to match the design of your site.
Moot is a radically different discussion platform that can be embedded on any website. It is unencumbered by the weight of unnecessary features and distractions, and places the conversation back to the forefront.
A clean user interface, persistent content and a deep integration to the site will allow a more natural and meaningful discussion to take place, and enable people to focus on topics they care about. It’s a lightweight, super fast, and responsive platform that places minimal strain on data bandwidth.
Benefits of using Moot WordPress Forums
Moot is a close relationship forum, so new posts, replies, and likes are immediately displayed to others. You’ll see people entering, leaving and even typing.
Moot team claims that their form is ultra fast which takes 2—3 millisecond response times on the server, that’s really fast which will wow your users & increase engagement.
Moot is mobile friendly which means your form will look superb on mobile devices and work really efficient.
Moot for WordPress
Yes, Moot comes with a very effective WordPress plugin making it super easy for WordPress users to use Moot WordPress forums.
Moot forums and commenting are embeddable, and as such are a true part of your site. This applies to WordPress sites no less. Thus, you can style your Moot forum using standard CSS to match your selected WordPress theme.
You manage your forum, including categories, admins, and subscriptions, as you would on any Moot forum.
A WordPress site can now enjoy all the unique Moot features such as realtime updates, record-breaking speed and unified experience for both forums and commenting.
How to Install Moot WordPress Forum?
Go to Plugins > Add new, search for “moot” and hit Install now
Find Moot plugin settings from the left and provide your forum name chi you can set here
Additionally you can use following shortcodes:
- [moot]for flat commenting
- [moot forum=”true”] for forums
- [moot threaded=”true”] for threaded commenting
- [no-moot] to disable the (automatically installed) commenting on a post