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How to Create a New Community on RebelMouse

When your site is powered by RebelMouse, you don't just publish on a traditional CMS. You can receive full access to a community-building platform designed to spark organic conversations among influencers and creators who are already passionate about your company's core mission.

Thanks to a seamless user journey, our community experience not only encourages these conversations, but nurtures relationships through an intuitive user experience so that every reader becomes a loyal follower. Here's a look at how to set up your community on RebelMouse.


To start, here's a look at the entire workflow for setting up a community dashboard:

Let's break down the workflow step by step. First, access your RebelMouse Dashboard using the hamburger menu (☰). Then append /community to the URL in your URL bar. Next, click the blue + icon to start a new community:

Once your community has been created, you can view its main information — and make adjustments if necessary — under the COMMUNITY INFORMATION tab:

You can add a new user by clicking the the USERS INVITED tab. Click the blue + icon to prompt a pop-up window where you can add the new user's information and select a role for them.

You can also view your sent requests in the same tab:

If you have any questions about setting up a new community on your RebelMouse site, contact support@rebelmouse.com today.

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