Nextdoor: Neighborhood network 2022


Local Neighborhood News App with Marketplace Near You (Furniture, Home, & More)
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Nextdoor is used by nearly 1 in 3 households in the U.S. and is in more than 290,000 neighborhoods worldwide.

Meet neighbors with shared interests, discover new places nearby, and get recommendations for local businesses. Buy, sell, and trade used items on For Sale & Free, your local marketplace on Nextdoor. Join groups with friends and get the most from your neighborhood.

Discuss local events and upcoming changes in the neighborhood with your neighbors. Follow local news with Nextdoor and stay informed about what’s going on in your community. Home services, such as childcare and house sitting, can be accessed through the app with ease. Support your community, organize a local meet with parents, and bond over shared interests.

Offer local services, share recommendations, or welcome the new kids on the block. Discover local gems and explore your neighborhood with Nextdoor, regardless of how long you’ve lived there.

From group events to block parties, enjoy the local offerings in your community. Meet and connect with your neighbors on Nextdoor.


Stay Connected with your Community

• Local news and events—read up on all the neighborhood happenings
• Connect easily with your neighbors, local businesses, and public agencies
• Free stuff and great offers await—make use of items your neighbors no longer need
• Yard sales, group events, or local potlucks—explore your community
• Meet your neighbors so you can finally call that kind man down the street by name

See What’s Happening Nearby

• Find local events like cookouts, arts festivals, and community activities
• Used furniture, clothes, and cars—buy, sell, and trade goods
• Nearby garage sales and clothing swaps let you find affordable gems
• Nextdoor’s local marketplace makes it easy to help a neighbor in need
• Get recommendations for restaurants and shops near you

Find Home Services & Deals

• Home cleaning, house sitting and more—discover dependable services nearby
• Hire a handyman or plumber easily and fill your home repair needs
• Find a babysitter or recommend a trusted nanny to your neighbor
• Dog walker or dog sitter—locate the best care for your furry friend
• Support local business and enjoy the perks of a tight-knit community
• Access local sales and find deals and discounts in your area

Download Nextdoor and connect with communities you love.


“Before Nextdoor, I didn’t know there were several qualified babysitters living nearby and looking for work. It was easy to feel comfortable hiring my neighbor’s daughter to watch my son after school.” – Patrick, Mission East

“This year for Spring Cleaning, we wanted to sell old appliances, tools, clothing and electronics on Nextdoor For Sale & Free. In no time, our neighbors stopped by to make a deal and take things off our hands. It was easier than anything else, and it feels good knowing our old stuff has found a new home in the neighborhood.” – Dan, Hayes Valley


At Nextdoor, our purpose is to cultivate a kinder world where everyone has a neighborhood they can rely on.


Nextdoor is built on trust — we ensure you’re connected to real people in the neighborhoods that matter to you. Nextdoor requires all neighbors to sign up with their real name and address. We then partner with trusted vendors to confirm you’re a verified neighbor.

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40 comentarios en "Nextdoor: Neighborhood network 2022"

  1. App user beware! There is a feature within Nextdoor that allows it to send snail mail to your neighbors to join the app, and it will list your name and address if you dont turn it off. Go to your account, click on settings, and then privacy. At the very bottom of the page, you can toggle off the feature that allows Nextdoor to use your info to send invitation letters to neighbors. I do not like this feature, but other than that, the app is good. Contains ads.

  2. ND used to be awesome! Recent changes have made it impossible to find what I’m looking for and it’s awful. Will uninstall unless they change back. It’s worthless in it’s current state. Update: I reinstalled to help look for a lost dog. Still impossible to find what you’re looking for and the most intrusive notifications I’ve ever seen from an app before. I finally was able to figure out how to disable the worst one through a reddit post. Nextdoor “help” is also useless.

  3. I’ve really wanted this app to be the resource I feel it could be, but the sheer number & frequency of ads ruin the user-experience. It continues needing a major UI overhaul, and an ‘Ad-Free Subscription option needs to be offered. Otherwise, what could be a wonderful community sharing resource, remains a cluttered mess of way too many ads mixed in with a few posts dominated by busy-body, gossip types that create hostility & in-fighting. The UI has slowly improved, but still needs much work!

  4. The invasiveness of next door is shocking. They can access your exact address and send you hundreds of emails and notifications, how is this legal. It took me 30 minutes to go through the notification menu and the next day I discovered I had a dozen emails. The first time I tried next door I found over a hundred emails within a week. If you don’t turn off every notification option they authorize emails form about ten agencies. They don’t allow you to delete the app easily.

  5. M B dice:

    Worst application ever! Everything is so DIFFICULT. 1. If you start typing a post, it refreshes out of nowhere and deletes everything you typed. Type posts somewhere else and paste it on app. 2. Notifications are a royal mess! You get them all meshed together and it’s hard to tell which are which. Like if you are trying to find the ones from your post. The worst! 3. Search for a post subject if it has 2 words, results separate the words. And the list keeps going!

  6. I want to love this app but there are so many negatives. 1. When you set your feed preference, it only lasts for 60 days and then reset it! What a pain! 2. There is no way to select multiple private messages to delete at one time (like you can in email). Say you list an item for free and get 20 replies, you have to individually delete each message. 3. ND automatically remove posts THEY consider disinformation. Like the rest of the media, they are actively suppressing free speech based on bias.

  7. App mostly works, but search is horrible and they have starting forcing you to get notifications from all over the place (I assume to increase views for advertising). Don’t know how many times I’ve clicked on a post to find out it’s 900 miles away. Notifications are impossible to filter and even your feed automatically reverts back to default after 30 days.

  8. I’ve had nothing but issues with this app. I tried to post on the business page I created with my personal one. I try to post and it says I have too write something. When my picture speaks for itself. Or I write a few words and it says it’s too short. In addition to that I try too upload images and they never upload. Great concept poor execution.

  9. Honestly the most obnoxious app in terms of notifications I have ever dealt with. 13 different notification section with 3 different notification options in each (in app, email, and push). Then there’s the public section that has EIGHTEEN subsections comprised of local, state, and utilities all with 3 notification options. Absolutely absurd and there needs to be an overall on off switch for each option to be able to trigger all in app, email, and push on or off. Devs dropped the ball hard.

  10. Terrible, search is broken. If you search, “lost cat” it scrolls through several cat jewelry and figurine items for sale, then just before it gets to real lost cat posts, it refreshes the page automatically and repeats the top ads. I can’t scroll past the sale ads to see real posts on what’s happening locally. I’ve tried to post, but no idea how to post anything lost as there are only sale and general categories. I can read whatever is sent in email, but good luck trying to find that post again.

  11. TBO W dice:

    Newly update app now has a place to turn off notifications you might have missed. It does not work. Nothing has changed. I turned them off because I don’t want them. Quit sending me notifications to let me know about things I’ve turned notifications off for (notifications you might have missed… and don’t actually want to see!). I’d like to give a good rating but these stupid flaws prevent it.

  12. Intuitive? Nope. Ads? Yup. Quite an unresponsive app, overall it feels pretty terrible to use. The default phone and email notifications are waaaaay too much. The in app popups are especially bad. As the saying goes, UI/UX is like a joke, if you have to explain it, it’s bad.

  13. Probably one of the worst UI designs in an app that I’ve ever used. I’ve been trying to write a post on my neighborhood page for 30 minutes but cannot find the buttons to do so. Also, Notifications are so nuanced you need to spend 45 minutes turning things off so your phone doesn’t explode from useless posts

  14. Tells me to update, but it has no option to update. Nextdoor reached out and asked for a recording of malfunction, however, when I attempted to send a video file, the link they provided does not accept video files. Video was less than 15 seconds long. Please advise. Whenever I try to check group profile, Nextdoor states I need an updated version. When I click to update, it does not give me an option to update, just the “open” and “uninstall” on the Google play screen.

  15. Maybe I write too much on posts, but editing as you’re typing is EXCRUCIATING! Hitting backspace lags every single time, and will delete whatever amount of letters even when pressing it a single time. I’ve been on this app for only 4 days and have had it crash twice, which completely got rid of everything I was writing! Even typing this now and being able to freely change things feels strange now😒

  16. I would absolutely love if it would allow me to change my profile photo or even put one at all. But nope. Wanna change your photo? Not a viable option. Want to put a photo up for the first time? Not a viable option. You’re supposedly able to get more of a reach with a profile photo and yet it doesn’t want you to have one. Seriously? Oh and don’t think you can put any others up, or even the old one. Won’t work. App is bull. You can’t even submit your issue to the site they say to. Absolutely bull

  17. Bobby dice:

    I keep getting notifications for old posts about things that happened days ago. I get a notification about a power outage- that happened 2 days ago, I was there, never got a notification DURING the power outage. Same thing with lost/found pets, crime, etc, no notifications when your neighbors post, then a few days later when it’s old news Nextdoor decides to notify you.

  18. nfzi dice:

    I like the content on nextdoor & enjoy being part of the community. however, the app really sucks. Search for sale items is completely broken. for ex: if you try to sort on distance or price, the list becomes super short and it’s obviously not correct because if you remove an filters the list is much larger. the results don’t load many times at all beyond the same initial list. also, there is a huge delay w/ messaging and w/ making changes to sale items (or it won’t post at all).

  19. I just LOVE how frequently it freezes, crashes, doesn’t respond, and, my favorite part, takes forever to load while I’m using it, if it loads at all. Everything I’m looking for in an app. I can’t STAND stable apps that load quickly and work flawlessly. That just makes using it unenjoyable if it actually works. Edit: You can sign up on Nextdoor with a phone number on a browser, but you CANNOT use it to sign in on the app! This app just keeps getting better and better with its lack of features 🥰

  20. It’s a decent app but it’s slow to load pages and the way the app deletes notifications is not the ideal way. It should mimic the way Gmail deletes email messages. It should allow you to tap and hold to select multiple notifications that can be deleted all at one time. The current way of sliding left and tapping the trash can is not very user friendly as you can only delete one at a time. I get too many notifications daily for that kind of slow action. Might have to just get rid of the app.

  21. R Brown dice:

    The app messes with my phone’s brightness setting somehow! It should not have access to my system settings!! Hate the new interface! Hard to find a group you are a member in, hard to find anything. AND NOW, the app crashes when scrolling the home screen. Doesn’t crash anywhere else though. I have Uninstalled, rebooted, and reinstalled twice. It’s Just a completely useless app now!

  22. Basically a good app for neighbor info, i.e, during disasters like the freeze, crime and others emergencies. Could there be better settings i.e change from dark mode, chronological posts, filters, etc.? Thanks for providing a great app that’s free. Hope the ads make you money and don’t take advantage of us that start thinking there are too many. Thanks 👍

  23. I signed up, but after I entered my address, for some reason it changed my address at the last second and so it entered a wrong address, in an entirely different city. And then the app said I couldn’t change my address for a month. I started getting notifications for this random neighborhood, tried to turn those off, but kept getting some anyway. Waited a month, tried to change address, had to reset password, it didn’t change address, and when I tried again, it froze and then said too many tries

  24. ETA: wow, so this actually wasn’t an issue before and yall ACTIVELY CHOSE to make the app less useful. There is no way to see all the lost and found posts at once, which makes it difficult for people who’ve lost something to find it, and vice versa. There’s no way to sort your search results according to time. The people using nextdoor are the ones making it work, not the app itself. You essentially have to be on the app, refreshing constantly, in order to see the thing that might be relevant.

  25. Latest Update Crashes Constatnly. Please Fix! Crashes on all my devices. I also agree that the ads are overwhelming. I don’t mind the ads, I understand the need, but these are huge and practically between every post. It’s easy to miss actual posts. And so repetitive. The same ad over and over again.

  26. Kay dice:

    I’m super frustrated with this app! I keep getting notifications from places outside my neighborhood….usually outside of my STATE. I’ve tried going in and changing preferences. Today a post showed up for a garage sale, it was posted in my neighborhood for an unfamiliar street. I tried looking on Google maps and couldn’t find it. Eventually clicked on the person posting it….it was from a completely different state!!!! I’ve had it. Waste of my time!!!

  27. R L dice:

    I use this app, like most people, for important information about my neighborhood. Unfortunately, it’s a regular occurrence to receive email notifications days after something has occurred. All of my notifications are turned on in the app. This is unacceptable! I’ve missed information about power outages and safety issues due to not receiving notifications. What’s the point of the app if I am not notified of concerns or issues until days later?

  28. Daniel T dice:

    Fix your app ASAP. I like the app at its core, but the persistent bug of continuous refreshing of my placement on the page that I’m currently on and losing all my progress and constantly scrolling back to where I was last reading and replying to is very infuriating and completely ruins the user experience. Also, I can’t load replies randomly?! What? People are right, this app is a buggy mess and you’re ruining it. Start it all over. One star. I expect a useless canned response as usual.

  29. Eric A. dice:

    Crashes, every update it gets worse. I try to make a post, it crashes, I try to edit old post, crashes, I try to upload a pix EVERYTIME it crashes and closes the app out. The app has updated 3-5 times in months its been doing this and it still does the same thing. Ive forced closed the app, cleared the cache, uninstall & reinstall, nothing fixes it. Losing me and my businesses business. So many better apps to use

  30. Thus is the WORST useless app. Ever. I have probably downloaded this app 3 or 4 times, I have tried to create an account multiple times. it never works, EVER. It will not load anything, keeps crashing, won’t connect to any ‘neighbors’, can’t update my profile. I will be Uninstalling the app & NEVER using, or trying to use it again. You need to go backnto thr drawing board on this one.

  31. Only issue’s I have is that you can’t fully block anyone, atleast I can’t seem to figure it out. Second, when I got to select a photo out of my gallery, I go to choose the album, and press all the photos, and it doesn’t save them… it just says upload later. Those two things being fixed would make this app perfect

  32. After delving down deeper, much of the functionality that is on the web is either not enabled on the app, or it flat out don’t work. Kind of amazing this company has been around since 2008 and have so many holes in the functionality. Not sure why you push “install the app” on the webpage if it don’t work. 1 map won’t load neighborhood land claims. 2 many screens just load forever. 3 events in another neighborhood I’m next to / joined don’t show on my feed. 4 hard to find accepted friends…

  33. Anna Vorn dice:

    Constant bombardment from other neighborhoods on the other side of the country. I tried changing my notifications and feed to not receive anything out of my area and it did not work. I am constantly getting emails and notifications that I don’t care about and aren’t anywhere near me, and I cannot stop it. It makes the app completely useless because I feel too harassed to use it.

  34. Rain Fox dice:

    Nice idea, but bad execution. It is 90% “sponser” posts, and 10% stale content that doesn’t sort with any rhyme or reason (and your personal settings expire…you have to keep resetting them). It’s also full of self-promoting crooks, so be wary. They recently opened up the main feed to ‘local ads and self promotion’, so the app is now 99.99999% spam. See no reason to continue using it.

  35. I wished I hadn’t downloaded the update today. I was unable to view over 10 photos in Popular Videos section. The photos were all black, tried clicking on them, no luck. The photos in the first part of the section were white, I had to click on them to view them. I tried to find Nextdoor technical support contact info, all my searches were useless.

  36. Simon K dice:

    The app is a bit sluggish but the local info is very useful. {Edit} Based on the response from the Nextdoor team, in fairness, they are correct: it isn’t the app that is sluggish, it’s the serving of content from the server. This leads to pauses and jumps when scrolling through posts. If the server responded more quickly and with lower latency, the app experience would be even better.

  37. If I’d known how the terrible the app design was before i signed up, I wouldn’t have bothered. It’s not useless, but it’s not great either. I’ll give it another two weeks and see how it goes. Things I don’t like: Poor navigation Gimmicks over a focused user experience Crashes Weak guidelines on content – many profiles have no photos or descriptions

  38. This app is a good resource, but so frustrating to navigate. It’s all over the place. It is so difficult to go back and check for updates on something you read earlier in the day. I read the guide recommended by the publisher, but they are wrong. That doesn’t work. I’m pretty computer savvy. I can’t imagine how frustrating it is for people who are not. I use this app less lately for that reason.

  39. Ridiculous amount of security requiring me to keep going to my email for verification codes. Enough with all this security! Literally no one cares. The change password function was a joke. Everytime I typed a letter, it put it in front of the previous letter and I can’t view it so it took 20 minutes! And then the endless ads. Seriously?

  40. Andy Lay dice:

    I’ve just moved and changed my address on the account, but won’t let me verify it. No option for ‘Location’ or Text or anything.. Is there an email address that I can send screen shots to ? This is very frustrating !!!

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