Recognition for those who “engage” in our community (Part 1)
If you are someone in our community who follows other members who share their knowledge and contribute content, but you aren’t doing so yourself (yet), you may sometimes feel like we only recognize those who do. Yes it’s true that we spend a lot of time acknowledging and rewarding those who write blog posts, answer questions and share their wisdom with us. Let’s be honest: without them we would have nothing to see here – literally!
But we also know that those of you who participate in other ways, such as reading that content and then liking or voting on it, provide value too. Yes, you provide value, and we aim to recognize that too.
This blog post, and the badge that it discusses, are for you, the “engagers” in our community. I’m referring to the Random Day Surprise badge, which we award sporadically as a fun way to appreciate every member who participates in our community on a particular day that is kept secret until that day. This badge is for more members than just the ones who post content.
Most recently, we awarded Random Day Surprise on November 16, International Day for Tolerance. If you participated in our community on that day, you earned this cool badge (designed by our very own Caroleigh Deneen):
And here we are and want to recognize you in this blog post. Thank you for your participation, and we hope you will continue to do the things that you do! Stay tuned – you never know when the next Random Day Surprise may happen…
Members who participated in SAP Community on International Day for Tolerance, November 16:
Note: If you earned any other badges during that week (November 16 – October 22) in addition to this one, your name appears in our Weekly Mission & Badge Roundup: November 16 – November 22, 2020 blog post instead.