The DevTest Community is a very active community with many questions, discussions and more coming in every day! This blog post will highlight the helpful users who have answered questions in the past 2 weeks and provide a list of targeted questions for the upcoming 2 weeks. Will your name appear next week?
Shout-out to the following members who helped out by responding to an answered question in the community and/or last time's Ask a Question, Get an Answer. You are awesome!
What You May Have Missed is a blog series aimed at helping you catch up on all the content that comes into the DevTest Community. I know you're busy, and you can't catch everything that comes into the community, so this blog will help you catch up on anything you may have missed in the past 2 weeks!
DevTest Community is a very active community with many questions, discussions and more coming in every day! As your new community manager, part of my job is to help to make content easier to find (check out my What You May Have Missed in the DevTest Community (April 11 - April 25) post for more on that). Another aspect of my job is to make sure our users get the most out of the community, which includes getting their questions answered! This blog series is my attempt to help get those questions answered, and to start highlighting those helpful community members that answer incoming questions!
To help further responses to all questions I am starting the following campaign:
Every 2 weeks I will post a blog entitled "Ask a Question, Get an Answer (date range)"
In the blog will be links to questions in the community that have had no response.
Members review the subjects and if they have a response they can quickly click on the link and provide a potential solution.
In the weekly blog post I will be thanking all the "helpinghands" who responded to unanswered questions in the previous week's blog.
Have Fun! Help a Fellow Community Member Out!
Think you have a potential answer, Jump In! Here's the list of unanswered questions for the past 2 weeks. Grab one!