Nextdoor is a private social network for neighborhoods and communities. It provides users with a platform where they can stay updated with local news, hire various services around their area, and meet other local residents. In this article, we covered user reviews and pricing. Ready to try Nextdoor? Sign up for free.
What Nextdoor Does Well
As of the date this article was written (10/12/18), there are not a lot of positive Nextdoor reviews online. However, some users said that it provides useful updates and helpful information on services around their neighborhood.
What Nextdoor Does Not Do Well
Users who gave Nextdoor a negative review complained about email spamming from the app and other users. They also reported about bullying in forums, inaccurate postings, and security concerns.
One user who gave Nextdoor a negative review on Trustpilot mentioned that she receives a lot of spam emails from the program. She also reported instances when other users would show inappropriate behavior in the forums.
Nextdoor is a free app. However, other social media management platforms usually cost around $29 to $49 for apps with basic and straightforward functionalities, while the more extensive ones cost around $199 to $399+ per month.
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Check out the list below of some of Nextdoor’s features:
- Neighborhood Updates
- Information on Nearby Services
- Community Forums
- User Verification
Will my personal data show up in public searches?
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