Definitely chaos! That's all I found in the "new and improved" Daily Strength. The highly touted "upgrades," which evidently are designed to lure participants from the small-screen/social media market, are nothing but nonsense when viewed on a large screen. Problems with access, views, intermember activity, and other functions, which were identified early in the beta stage (but were ignored by Team DS) resulted in a mass exodus of both users and groups once the site went live on June 28-29. Members loyal to DS are still plagued by these problems a month later, even though Team DS is "working around the clock" to correct them. Nevertheless, it appears that most users have set their medical and/or mental health concerns aside as they continue to plead with Team DS to make the changes that would allow their groups to operate; however, they do this with trepidation, since those who continue to express their unhappiness or suggest improvements are pronounced "trolls" and are ultimately banned by overzealous community leaders. Wise are those who have simply abandoned DS to seek help and support elsewhere!
What would be laughable (if it wasn't so pathetic), is that when migrating information to the "new and improved" Daily Strength, the team chose to include a significant number of defunct and inactive groups (plus their membership lists) that had been abandoned by their founders months and even years earlier. While this looks good on reports submitted by the team to Dr. Oz, it does not bode well for the future of Daily Strength or its few remaining members who are (im)patiently awaiting its revival.