The platform is organized around communities, which are spaces where people belonging to the same organization (or those who share a common interest) can safely share content. Within each community, there are various channels which are smaller groups of people that share a specific interest or that belong to the same division of an organization.
The following is an example of how a community may be structured
The blue circle represents the boundaries of the community, while the green and orange circles represents 3 different channels. Of these two, the green ones (HR and company news) are open, making them accessible to all the members of the community. These two channels comprise content that is of interest to all the employees of this company, such as the latest message from the CEO or the key rules for filing expenses.
The orange circle instead represents a closed channels and it is accessible by invite only. In this case, it is the private channel of the Operations department, where the Ops employees may learn key lessons on health and safety and share their own insights on how to run operations efficiently
Within each channel, there is a further distinction in streams and courses. Streams and courses are an effective way to organize the content and ensure that no content gets lost. The difference between a stream and a course is that, while the stream may be browsed freely by the user who can decide which contents he is interested in, the course has a specific structure and additional rules may apply (e.g. User must complete contents in order)