Weekly Mission & Badge Roundup: July 22 – July 28, 2019
As I shared in the first installment of this blog post series, I publish a weekly shout-out on Tuesdays to Community members who have earned a 2019 mission the week prior. The list covers all missions earned Monday through Sunday (midnight to midnight, UTC).
This week I’d like to draw your attention to longtime community members rupesh.brahmankar3 and lakshmipathi.ganesan , both of whom earned the Hitchhiker badge this week! It’s no wonder they earned it so quickly; both are tirelessly answering questions in the community, and nailing the answers on the head. Check out this recent answer by Rupesh on a community member’s question about SAP APO.
Want to see all of the missions that are available for you to complete, as well as the ones you have already earned? Visit the Missions section in your profile. Want to know more about SAP Community missions and how to earn them? See the Missions and Badges Overview page.
Now join me in congratulating the following Community members who completed missions and earned badges last week!
Members who completed missions and earned badges between July 22 through July 28:
I completed the Q&A Savvy on 26 July! Thanks for your guide!
Thanks Audrey 🙂
Congratulations to all! I believe this list is still growing. It's so nice to see new and "old" people here.
Now who was it that said the SAP Community wasn't used as much anymore? OH yes, I was one of those.
Not so - great job everyone,
My goodness that's a lot of badges! Audrey, I can imagine how satisfying it is to see so many old and new faces and names turn up for these awards.
Michelle Crapo, susan.keohan It is indeed heartening to see the list of members earning badges growing steadily over time. I'm always happy to see new folks joining our community and getting involved and excited about what this place and these people have to offer. I'm also, of course, thrilled when I see folks who may have been away from the community for a while return and start contributing again. To me, it's a sign we are doing (more) things right.