Our surprisingly quick take on Stack Overflow for Teams
March 08, 2022

Our surprisingly quick take on Stack Overflow for Teams

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Overall Satisfaction with Stack Overflow for Teams

We are sharing the solution to common problems. We are asking common infra questions. We also have questions and answers for the local setup. This helps us resolve problems while onboarding. The knowledge here also helps us find quick solutions to small problems. It is easier to use and find what we are looking for than a wiki. The tags are very useful. The upvotes help us find the most useful posts faster.
  • Sharing technical solutions to problems we encounter in our internal development environment.
  • Sharing best practices we find in external resources.
  • Discussions on design patterns and conventions we can use in our projects.
  • A better code sharing environment would be better.
  • Better integration with Github so we can easily link to code (with preview) and pull requests.
  • Tagging
  • Upvotes help us find most important answers
  • Question / Answer structure
  • We had an unexpectedly high number of entries due to the familiarity of the environment of Stackoverflow for Teams.
Stack Overflow for Teams is much more alive and easy to use compared to the other tools. It is very easy to ask a question or an answer. We get the most important questions and answers on top and we also can read other perspectives with multiple answers. The weekly report is also helpful to keep the team updated on the new topics.

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Stack Overflow for Teams has been very helpful for us to find the most useful knowledge about our processes in developing microservices. We could easily find solutions to problems/challenges we encounter while deploying, debugging, or investigating problems in our microservices. It is not suitable for communication purposes. The answers may become stale and the readers may be unaware.