ProBoards Blog

Date April 16th

Announcing the Launch of Forums.net


We are proud today to announce the launch of our new service, Forums.net. Built on top of the ProBoards v5 software that you’ve come to know and love, Forums.net adds new functionality that is targeted primarily towards businesses and other organizations. Some of our many new features include:

  • White Label
  • No PG-13 Content Restrictions
  • Integrated Login and Registration Pages
  • Single Sign-on
  • Unlimited Plugin Keys
  • SSL Secured
  • Data Export

Plans start at just $9.99, and transferring your data from either an existing ProBoards forum or another forum platform is supported. Please note that if you want to transfer your ProBoards forum to Forums.net, you will need to select the “I am interested in importing my existing forum data to Forums.net” and choose “ProBoards” from the drop-down list when customizing your Forums.net plan.

For more details, check out either www.forums.net or your Admin Area > Upgrades > Forums.net.

Posted by: Posted by Patrick Clinger on April 16, 2014, 3:17 pm

Date October 17th

Introducing ProBoards Forum Analytics


We’re happy to announce the availability of our newest feature: Forum Analytics. In your forum’s Admin Panel, you now have access to view forum statistics including your daily pageviews, threads created, posts made, and new user registrations. This tool will help you keep track of the success of your forum and track the success of your efforts to promote your forum.

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To access your forum’s analytics, go to Admin > Marketing > Analytics.  We hope you enjoy this new tool!

Posted by: Posted by Patrick Clinger on October 17, 2013, 6:55 pm

Date June 11th

ProBoards @ ForumCon 2013!


Come meet the ProBoards team this Thursday at ForumCon 2013 in San Francisco!

ProBoards Founder and CEO Patrick Clinger will be leading a panel discussion on “Forums: Past, Present, and Future” with panelists from Internet Brands, Vanilla Forums, and phpBB.

We will also be on-site demoing our new ProBoards v5 forum software at the ProBoards booth. Come on down to say hi, meet the ProBoards team, and have some fun! We’re looking forward to seeing you at ForumCon!

Posted by: Posted by Patrick Clinger on June 11, 2013, 6:57 pm

Date April 29th

ProBoards v5 Officially Launched!


We are extremely happy to announce that after over four years of development our new forum software, ProBoards v5, is officially launched! We would like to thank our members for the enormous amount support and feedback we received during our production process. We’re very excited about the release and we hope you are too.

With the development of ProBoards v5, we aimed to revamp and revolutionize Internet forums. It was a tall order, but with the large number of new features, user-friendly functionality, and brand new look, ProBoards v5 has plenty to bring to the table. A few of our new features include:

  • Live Search
  • ProBoards Global Login
  • Forum Dashboard
  • Integrated Notifications
  • Completely Redesigned Admin Panel
  • New Administration Tools
  • Drag-and-drop Forum Organization
  • Plugins!
  • Custom Pages & Forum Portals
  • 100% Customizable Themes
  • HTML & CSS Access
  • Avatar Maker
  • Fine-grained Privacy Controls
  • Enhanced Moderator Tools
  • AJAX Pagination
  • Conversation System
  • New Posting Editor (WYSIWYG)
  • Shoutbox
  • Badges
  • ProBoards+ Personal Ad-Free
  • Increased Spam Protection
  • and much more!

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to let us know how we can help. Technical support is available seven days a week on our Support Forum. Our dedicated support team wants you to get the most out of your new ProBoards v5 experience, and they are here to help. Also, for a more comprehensive guide to ProBoards v5, be sure to take a look at our ProBoards v5 Help Guide.

Posted by: Posted by Patrick Clinger on April 29, 2013, 12:00 am

Date April 19th

ProBoards v5 Upgrade: What You Should Know


The ProBoards v5 upgrade is coming to all forums soon.  Watch this video for useful information for forum administrators.

Posted by: Posted by Patrick Clinger on April 19, 2013, 6:49 pm