Weekly Mission & Badge Roundup: January 27 – February 2, 2020
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 mission the week prior. The list covers all missions earned Monday through Sunday (midnight to midnight, UTC).
Some notable badges earned last week include:
- Master Blogger, achieved by baerbel.winkler2 . See Bärbel’s long list of well-received blog posts, which includes her fascinating Blog It Forward post.
- Both Hitchhiker and Diligent Solver January 2020, earned by saurabhkabra2009 . Follow Saurabh to stay on top of his excellent answers in various cloud topics, like this one about Personalized email content according to interaction interests.
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 from January 27 – February 2, 2020:
Thanks a lot for the mention, Audrey!
Thank you for the mention Audrey. It is an Honor to participate in SAP Innovation Awards!
Thanks a lot for the mention Audrey!! 🙂
in the available missions on my profile why does it not show the openSAP and the other developer mission which gets shown on your link?
Do I need to do something in order to get those mission on my available mission list or I will still get the mission marked as completed when I complete that?
The missions that appear in the profile Reputation section as available are automated missions, meaning if you complete the requirements, the system automatically awards you the badge. Not all automated missions are available to everyone at the same time, though; some are part of a mission progression, where you have to complete one mission in order to unlock the next one. For this reason, the list of automated missions that is available for a particular member to earn may look different at any one time from the list of another member.
The openSAP missions and the developer tutorial missions, on the other hand, are awarded manually. Our team is notified through a manual process when someone has completed the requirements for one of those missions, and once a week we upload the associated badges to the relevant members' profiles.
Hope that helps explain.
ok that makes sense. Sorry one more question for the open SAP certifications and developer tutorials I completed before it does not appear on my profile so is there a cut off date after which it starts to appear?
For the Open SAP do you need to earn a record of achievement or even the self-paced ones are considered for the mission badge?
Regarding developer tutorials, when did you complete those? The badge uploads happen once a week usually on Thursday or Friday, so perhaps you will see yours soon.
Regarding openSAP, those happen much less frequently. Please read this blog post by Claire Donelon for more details (there are many answers in the comments there as well): https://blogs.sap.com/2019/02/05/new-opensap-missions-on-sap-community/.
Thank you so much for the mention Audrey..!!??
Thanks a lot for the mention, Audrey
Thank you very much for the mention Audrey. Please check out Houston ISD's entry in the 2020 SAP Innovation Awards.