The Discogs Forums Are The Lifeblood Of The Community
The Discogs forums are the heart and soul of the Discogs community. You can discuss and learn more about the latest trends in music, which records are selling well (or not), get advice on how to list and price certain items for sale on Discogs and find out how best to contribute particularly challenging items to the database.
The Discogs forum is divided up into six main sub-forums: General, Database, Marketplace, App, Development and API. Database, Marketplace and App are further divided into specific sub-forums that will help you connect with other record collectors, buyers, sellers and Discogs contributors more precisely. Community members and Discogs staff alike post and assist in these forums.
The General forum is fairly self explanatory
Talk about all things music or site related. It’s a casual place to start to get a feel for who else is out there. Drop in sometime!
Database is the democratic center of the site’s music cataloging efforts
This forum encompasses everything from basic new user questions to the much more difficult tasks that require many experts to weigh in on. If you are a new contributor, the Submission Help sub-forum can help you get up and going.
The Marketplace forum is a great resource for record sellers
Find advice on where to get shipping supplies, how to price obscure items, stay up to date on postage increases or shipping service outages, as well as discuss how to best resolve particularly challenging orders. We do ask you not to provide any sensitive information, such as the identity of your buyer, when working on those issues.
The App forum is a must for mobile users
The Development forum can be a place to report potential site issues
Discuss feature requests as well as stay up to date on new and ongoing site growth. The last forum, API, is for developers that want to use our site and is also moderated by Discogs staff.