Social Networking with Joomla just got better

By Mike Johnston July 16, 2013 (Updated: September 3, 2013) News & Headlines  Comments


Update: It has come to my attention that this software was actually forked from a free product called Offiria and is almost a complete copy (aside from a logo change). Offiria is free and available from for those interested in getting the software from the original source and for free!

There are plenty of products out there that add social networking functionality on top of Joomla via plugins but to date, there haven't been any that have used Joomla as a framework to develop something uniquely different. Today, this changes. We recently were contacted by developers of a new social networking platform built upon Joomla called Undiscuss It  who have done just that.

While the name of the product might be a bit odd and confusing, the product itself looks quite promising.

Here are some screenshots of the system in action:

social networking, joomla

social networking, joomla

As you can see, the system is quite the departure from what we normally see from Joomla and we think there's definitely potential (with enough interest and support from users) for this system to evolve nicely.

Interested? Check it out at and let us know what you think in the comments! 

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I am the guy behind CMS Critic. When not traveling, I am based out of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada where I live with my beautiful wife and kids. I provide business consulting, brand management services, web development & design, and consulting (CMS, CXM). I can also be found speaking at conferences and am successfully enjoying life as a Canadian entrepreneur.