Thank you to the 6000+ people that signed up for the openSAP course, Using SAP Screen Personas for Advanced Scenarios! With the conclusion of the peer-graded final assignment and the distribution of final grades, the course is now complete. If you missed it, the content is still available in self-paced mode.
About the course
Using the provided training system, learners took a deeper dive into the capabilities of SAP Screen Personas. The five-week course expanded on the flavor editing and scripting skills from the introduction course, as well as featured content on system administration and project roll-out.
Here are some comments from students who took the course:
- “Thanks to all team members for great course content and good business scenarios that demonstrates [the] material. I really enjoyed working on the final practical challenge and peer review.”
- “I like the video content. I think it is high quality and professionally delivered.”
- “The lessons were short and to the point. Enough information was given to allow us to use our imagination and build on what you have taught us. Good Job.”
And here are some quick facts about the course, which ran from September 19 to November 15, 2017:
Continuing your SAP Screen Personas education
If you are interested in taking the course at your own pace, the training system is still open for you to explore SAP Screen Personas. If you would like to continue your learning, there are a variety of resources available to help you on your screen simplification journey. Here are a few for you to check out:
- Productivity Power Play is a biweekly video series aimed at providing tips & tricks and product tutorials.
- The SAP Screen Personas Knowledge Base features walkthroughs, tips, and workarounds submitted by the product team and other users.
- The Using SAP Screen Personas E-Bite provides a thorough example of an end-to-end SAP Screen Personas implementation, useful for figuring out how to begin your own project.
- The SAP Screen Personas Practitioner Forum is a monthly call where customers and partners discuss and demonstrate what they are currently doing with SAP Screen Personas.
The SAP Screen Personas product team would like to extend its gratitude to Katrin Elk, Michael Pflanz, and the rest of the openSAP team for making it possible to deliver this course.
Their support — from initial planning and scheduling, to content creation, to course wrap-up — was critical to the success of Using SAP Screen Personas for Advanced Scenarios.
To our learners: thanks for jumping into the course, getting involved, and providing your valuable feedback. We hope you enjoyed getting hands-on time with SAP Screen Personas. Let us know if you need help and feel free to tell us when your project goes live!
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