After getting a better understanding of Discourse the engine for Asana Community, it might be worth considering the use of sub-categories as it is easy to have items inter dispersed among the current categories and then have valuable solutions lose their visability even though Search is available… I view it similar to the benefits of Asana having a hierarchy. It starts to get the feel of reading emails dispersed among a category that needs to be better organized. For instance,
Category Integrations, Subcategories Zapier, Unito, Tray.io, IFTT and Asana Integrations, as well as “other integrations”.
I think it might also help in any number of the areas specified in the existing Categories. The Asana Community Manager could control the sub-categories as wells as periodically moving things around to the most efficient area. No @alexis you are to valuable to become a librarian but I am sure some intern with your training could. This is not uncommon to boards in general as they can miss the opportunity to become a terrific resource of real life application after solutions make there way lower. With sub-categories I could see the Asana Community become a library of many things instead of the latest topic or solutions riding off into the sunset. If this already exists and I am just uninformed (which is always possible) I just need to have it pointed out.