r/conlangs is a subreddit that focuses on the discussion of conlangs, tools, and activities to aid you in the construction of your own conlang.
Inside r/conlangs, there is a wiki with helpful resources to help build your constructed language. You will find tips and tools for 10 different skills. These include lexicon, phonology, generators, etc.
Additionally, the community has a Discord server. It has spaces to showcase projects and participate in linguistic discussions. Members also showcase their work in neography, phonology, lexicon, and grammar, among other related topics. Lastly, the Discord server offers off-topic channels to casually conversate about math, science, art, and share photos.
Access useful tools:
The community shares tools that focus on new language development. Thus, members are able to play and create new sounds, grammar rules, and lexicons.
Participate in active discussions:
Both on Reddit and Discord, members join discussions on all linguistic components of new languages. It's a chance to learn about neography, phonology, grammar, lexicon, documentation, and other relevant topics.
Develop a constructed language:
The community offers diverse tools and lively discussions to build a new language. You will be able to get not only the resources but also the support and necessary accountability to make it happen.
Community members meet in voice and text channels on the community's Discord server, where they discuss all things constructed languages. This server is where members discuss linguistic components, showcase projects, and share resources. There is also a channel to interact asynchronously in which English is not allowed. Members can either use another language or their own constructed language.
On the other hand, you can also connect with others by using the subreddit. Here, members ask questions, give feedback and advice to others, and share knowledge with like-minded language lovers.
Members share resources and tools to help build new languages. Resources are organized in the community's wiki, inside the subreddit. On the other hand, the Discord server is another good place to find helpful resources on constructed languages.