Navigating the New ST Community

Version 2

    We have migrated all forums into the new community. But, as you've probably noticed, the new space isn't organized exactly as we had it before. I thought I should provide an overview, to let you know where to find everything.

     

    Let's start high level. We've divided the community into 3 sections - Forums, Communities around our products or universities (more to come), and Browse to easily find all people and acitvities, all found in the top navigation.

     

     

    Forums

    We have transferred all the content from the forums and reorganized the structure to simplify the navigation. Here below the mapping between the previous and the new forums structure:

    ForumPrevious e2e Forums CategoryNew ST Community Forums Space Name
    AmplifiersAnalog and AudioAnalog and Audio
    APWorkbenchAnalog and AudioAnalog and Audio
    Audio AmplifiersAnalog and AudioAnalog and Audio
    MEMS MicrophonesAnalog and AudioMEMS and Sensors Forum
    Linux Support PackageEmbedded Microprocessors Discontinued Products
    SPEAr13xx familyEmbedded Microprocessors Discontinued Products
    SPEAr3xx familyEmbedded Microprocessors Discontinued Products
    SPEAr600
    Embedded Microprocessors Discontinued Products
     IPD for RF EMI Filtering and Signal ConditioningEMI Filtering and Signal Conditioning
     Low Power RF Solutions Interface and Connectivity ICsInterface and Connectivity ICs
     Wi-Fi Modules Interface and Connectivity ICsInterface and Connectivity ICs
    AccelerometersMEMS and SensorsMEMS and Sensors Forum
    e-CompassesMEMS and SensorsMEMS and Sensors Forum
    Environmental SensorsMEMS and SensorsMEMS and Sensors Forum
    GyroscopesMEMS and SensorsMEMS and Sensors Forum
    iNEMO-Inertial ModulesMEMS and SensorsMEMS and Sensors Forum
    MEMS Developers CornerMEMS and SensorsMEMS and Sensors Forum
    Proximity SensorsMEMS and SensorsMEMS and Sensors Forum
    µPSD MicrocontrollersLegacy MCUs
    INEMO-M1 Evaluation Board MicrocontrollersMEMS and Sensors Forum
    SPC56MicrocontrollersSPC5 Automotive MCUs
    SPC5StudioMicrocontrollersSPC5 Automotive MCUs
    ST10MicrocontrollersLegacy MCUs
    ST6MicrocontrollersLegacy MCUs
    ST7MicrocontrollersLegacy MCUs
    ST9MicrocontrollersLegacy MCUs
    STM32MicrocontrollersSTM32 MCUs Forum
    STM32 Evaluation ToolsMicrocontrollersSTM32 MCUs Forum
    STM32 Software Tools and FirmwareMicrocontrollersSTM32 MCUs Forum
    STM8 MicrocontrollersSTM8 MCUs
    STM8 DiscoveryMicrocontrollersSTM8 MCUs
    STPC MicrocontrollersLegacy MCUs
    STR7 MicrocontrollersLegacy MCUs
    STR9MicrocontrollersLegacy MCUs
    Dynamic NFC /RFID Tags – M24LR SeriesNFCST25 NFC/RFID Tags and Readers
    Dynamic NFC /RFID Tags – M24SR Series NFCST25 NFC/RFID Tags and Readers
    NFC Forum tag type 4 - ST25TA SeriesNFCST25 NFC/RFID Tags and Readers
    NFC Transceiver ICs – xx95HF SeriesNFCST25 NFC/RFID Tags and Readers
    eDesign StudioOnline ToolseDesignSuite
    AC-DC ConversionPower ConversionPower Management and Motor Contro
    DC-DC ConversionPower ConversionPower Management and Motor Contro
    Motor Control Firmware and SoftwarePower ICs and Motor ControlPower ICs and Motor Control
    Motor Driver ICs and BoardsPower ICs and Motor ControlPower ICs and Motor Control
    TwisterSIM Power ICs and Motor Control Power Management and Motor Control
    Ultrasound Pulser IcsSwitches and MultiplexersSwitches and Multiplexers

     

    Each new forum is organized by categories (upper right corner) based on the old forums:

    Communities

    The Communities section is organized into areas - STM32 MCUs Community, MEMS and Sensors Community, Automotive MCUs Community, University Community.These areas are like sub-communities organized around specific products, activities, or profiles.

    We have more to come. Let us know what you'd like to have as a sub-community in the comments below.

    Browse

    The Browse section allow you to navigate through by type of content through the community. 

     

    Help the community

    Your activities in the community result in points added to your profile. The more active you are - posting topics, replying, following spaces, liking comments, etc - the more points you have. We'll define those activities and points in another post, for those of you interested. How knowledgeable you are is defined by the accolades you receive from other members. If they mark your responses as correct, like your replies, or endorse you for skills, then you move up this scale. We'll add more about this later.