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New openSAP Missions on SAP Community!

Badges are allocated every few weeks so please be patient if you don’t see a badge added to your profile immediately after you’ve connected your openSAP and SAP Community accounts. 

To see when badges have been allocated, you should follow the tags SAP Community and weeklybadgeroundup to see when the last openSAP missions were allocated.

If you think that your badge should have been included, please contact the openSAP help desk. You’ll find it on the right side of the openSAP website.

Back in 2015, we introduced an openSAP mission on SCN which proved very popular with openSAP learners. We’re delighted to announce that we’ve been working together with the SAP Community Reputation team to bring you a variety of openSAP missions that you can now complete to earn badges on SAP Community!

What missions are available?

Whatever level of learner you are, there are several missions available for you to achieve – and we’re also happy to include instructors and content experts in these new missions!

To get the mission badge to appear on your SAP Community profile, you’ll need to do a few things:

Go to your openSAP profile and

  • connect your SAP Enterprise Login to your openSAP account
  • opt-in to display your openSAP mission achievements in your SAP Community profile

You need to be active on SAP Community, so you should have recently

  • updated your SAP Community profile
  • answered a question
  • published a blog or liked/commented on someone else’s blog
  • followed a topic or a person

Once you’ve connected your SAP Enterprise Login, opted in, and are active on SAP Community, you can start completing missions on your SAP Community profile. We’ve included a description of all the missions below. All the openSAP courses that you’ve enrolled in or successfully completed previously will count towards your mission! (Note that only one SAP Community badge is available per mission. So, for example, you need one enrollment for a Newbie badge, but if you enroll in 10 courses, you’ll still get just one Newbie badge.)

Get a description of all openSAP missions.

New missions and badges will be updated once a quarter, so please be patient after you update your profile and earn your SAP Community badge!

Happy learning!


Note: If you don’t get a badge but you’ve added your consent as mentioned below, it could be that you aren’t active on SAP Community – simply add a comment below to activate your engagement on SAP Community!

***What is openSAP? ***

For those of you who haven’t yet visited openSAP, where have you been?

openSAP is SAP’s FREE open online course provider. All you need to sign up is a valid email address and you’ll get access to a variety of online courses, which you can complete at your own pace. You can learn about SAP’s latest innovations (e.g. SAP HANA, SAP Cloud Platform, SAP S/4HANA) and technology trends (e.g. machine learning, blockchain, IoT). You can find out more about openSAP on our website.


These SAP Community missions and badges recognize your collective course achievements at openSAP. If you’d like to share your individual course achievements, you can download your openSAP digital badge or share it on social media once you’ve earned your record of achievement.


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      Author's profile photo Avraam Avramidis
      Avraam Avramidis

      Hi Claire,

      Thanks for sharing this info.



      Author's profile photo Minyan Zhu
      Minyan Zhu

      Thanks for sharing this info.

      Author's profile photo Gregory Davis
      Gregory Davis

      Glad to see this information being shared!

      Author's profile photo Adriana Rivera Bonilla
      Adriana Rivera Bonilla

      Hi Claire Donelon, your blog is very helpful.

      Author's profile photo Claire Devereux
      Claire Devereux
      Blog Post Author

      Thank you! I'm glad it helped 🙂