I was referring to any of the more feature-rich, purpose-built sync or a-sync discussion platforms like Carrot, Twist, etc.
Maybe a Twist integration would link to a Type for each “Channel” with “Threads” connecting to individual Entities, for instance. Twist would be an Integration (like an Extension) that you enable (or “install”) at the Type-level, and if a Twist Thread existed for a given Entity, it would appear on that Entity with content in-line, or at least an excerpt and link to Twist for full content. If a Thread did not exist, an option to “Create Twist Thread” would appear there. In Twist, when creating a Channel, you’d get an option to link it to/create from a Fibery Type, and likewise when creating Threads within that channel to link to a Fibery Entity in that type. Then ideally in Fibery you get the ability to link to and create entities from the Twist Threads, etc. That’s the basic idea.
You’d probably want to be able to have a top-level link to Twist channels/threads in the left menu, and ideally to even make links to Channels, if not Threads, anywhere in the menus too, e.g. as a sub-item of a Promoted Entity.
I haven’t thought about any of this super in-depth, so the above may not by the best way to implement it. I’m just noting that some people have a need for much more full-featured sync or a-sync discussion feature than I do (current Comments are mostly enough for me, especially since they can include basic formatting). And wondering if it makes sense for Fibery to actually deal with that natively given that others seem to have potentially solved those challenges already, and Fibery has plenty of its own more unique things to solve and implement. If the API can be used to address these needs and give people more options at the same time (maybe you prefer Carrot, so a Carrot integration might also exist that works similarly).
And of course that’s just one problem domain where solutions already exist. The more the Fibery team can focus on solving the problems unique to their value proposition, the better IMO.