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Since 1995, there were various communities on MSN, all run by MSN, featuring real newsgroups and IRC chat rooms.
They were not easily updatable as only MSN Communities staff members could update the one page that each "community" had. Around 1998–99, MSN created the home pages, which were real Web sites much like Tripod or Geo Cities.
MSN Groups Chat rooms were removed from the CMS because MSN Subscription Chat was no longer profitable, and because of security and safety issues for children.
In October 2008, Microsoft announced the MSN Groups Service would close down on February 21, 2009.
These had no message boards or chat rooms attached.
MSN did away with these home pages around 2001–02, not too long after they introduced the Custom Pages and File cab (later referred to as Documents) in MSN Communities, which were later called Groups.
Although praises you on finding us, knowing that there are days when dealing with clinical depression often makes it difficult to face the day, never mind find the strength to turn the computer on and search for help.
Message boards, chat rooms, one customizable home page and photo albums were added.
This depression web page is dedicated to letting you know that you do not have to face this daily battle by yourself.
Along with the Depression Chat Room, there is a depression social network and depression forums where you can make some new friends who can truly understand where you are coming from.
Besides the general content and community that many of these groups provided, they would compete for the top ten rankings.
Some of the largest groups in the site, often rising to the number 1 spot, included Debate, Critical Thinking and Philosophy, The Meaning of Life, Christian Teen777, Community Feedback for Dummies and others.