Join more than 6000 members in the Neo4j-Users Slack Group The Neo4j Slack group took our user community to the next level, with more than 6000 people signed up of which more than 200 being active at any given time.… Read more →
Join more than 6000 members in the Neo4j-Users Slack Group
The Neo4j Slack group took our user community to the next level, with more than 6000 people signed up of which more than 200 being active at any given time.
Unlike on StackOverflow here is a faster turnaround on quick questions and no exclusion of questions.
With your account you can then find all the goodness of our community at http://neo4j-users.slack.com or in the Slack desktop app. You can ask your first question right away in the help channel or look at the Channel Overview below.
|Unfortunately with the free Slack plan, only 10.000 messages are kept. But you can access our an archive of our neo4j-users group here.|
Getting more Support
For more involved questions which required a larger amount of information to explain, please raise them under the Neo4j tag on StackOverflow. You can still cross-post the StackOverflow link to Slack to point people to your question.
Asking & Answering Questions
|Please ask and answer in the public channels, only then everyone in the community benefits. If you get asked in a private chat please always point people back to the public channels.|
Please don’t cross post between channels if not asked so explicitely.
Don’t use any @here, or @channel mentions as many of the channels have a large number of members.
If you’re engaging in our Neo4j-Users Slack don’t post anything that could be perceived as offensive by any group or minority.
Please supply as much contextual information as possible and needed to explain your question. Only then community members can help you quickly and efficiently.
- Neo4j version, library/driver name and versions, operating system, Java version
- programming language and version
- explanation of issue
- code and configuration used
- graph-structure (ascii art or graphics)
- any other helpful information
If appropriate and asked for please provide:
- application output
- exceptions with full stacktraces
There are many channels in our Neo4j-Users Slack group and Slack is not that good at organizing them. We tried to help a bit by prefixing the channels but it’s still not optimial.
That’s why we provide this categorized listing here for you to quickly jump to any of the channels.