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Tip in a Minute: How to Earn the SAP Community Beta Tester Badge

Need another reason to test out the new SAP community platform? Then check out this Tip in a Minute video from Sajid Amir, as he explains a new mission that can earn you the SAP Community Beta Tester Badge.

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      Author's profile photo Jeremy Good
      Jeremy Good

      Hi Sajid Amir  --> what happened to your beta test mission blog?  The link above seems to indicate it was deleted, which I thought was an SCN no-no.

      I was going to comment in your missing blog that I was hoping to see the distilled list of all the "what I like" and "what I don't like" comments from all the people posting the image of their profile.  How do we ensure all the bugs fixes and opportunities are properly captured in the long wishlist for the coming weeks/months of post-launch updates?

      Author's profile photo Sajid Amir
      Sajid Amir
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      Hello Jeremy,

      Thanks for spotting the broken link! I made some updates to the blog recently and that must have changed the link. I have just updated it and it should be working fine.

      Also, we are in the process of consolidating all feedback received through different channels and prioritizing the necessary fixes/upgrades/new features for Go-Live. Even though most of our resources are currently working to ensure a successful launch of the new platform, once launched, we plan on picking up development right away.

      Please keep an eye out for more post-launch information. If you would like, please feel free to read Future Feature by Jerry Janda. I am sure he will be releasing more blogs in this series.

      Author's profile photo Jeremy Good
      Jeremy Good

      Thanks for fixing the link - I was worried that the backlog items represented in the comments (some more meaningful than others of course) were gone.  According to Oliver Kohl development never stops, so they aren't sitting idle waiting to safeguard the launch, but I get your point.  There are quite a few things I hope they can finish and retest before the 10th...