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SAP Intelligent RPA Tutorials Challenge 2021 📢🏆

Fellow community members, 

You will find some exciting news in this blog post – so keep reading 😉 

Today we are launching this year’s edition of our:

Tutorials Challenge with SAP Intelligent RPA!

As many of us might remember, the first edition of the challenge took place here on SAP Community last year and we had many amazing submissions. Since then, we not only had many new members arriving, but also the launch of SAP Intelligent RPA 2.0 with a citizen developer friendly approach with Cloud Studio. It is definitely time for another challenge, don’t you think? 

I want to officially invite all of you to participate with your own tutorials 


👉 Let me give you the details: 

❓ How to participate: 

  • write a blog post sharing a tutorial with the 2.0 version of SAP Intelligent RPA 
  • specify in the text who would benefit from this tutorial (a specific role e.g. category manager, business analyst, etc.) 
  • Add SAP RPA 2.0: to the title 
  • Tag the post with SAP Intelligent RPA and follow the tag 
  • Also add the user tag: SAPRPA2.0_TutorialChallenge2021 
  • (Get the full information in the Terms and Conditions below)


22.03.21 – Start 🚀

23.04.2021 – End (Deadline for the posts: 12pm CET on this day) 🏁

28.04.2021 – Announcement of the winners 🏆

This is a great opportunity to share knowledge with other RPA enthusiasts and on top to get a chance to win prizes: 

The authors of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd most liked blog posts will be rewarded with: 


A Q&A session with experts from the SAP Intelligent RPA team


The opportunity to participate in an SAP Community Call to showcase their winning tutorials


And last but not least, surprise giveaways from SAP Intelligent RPA and SAP Community 


Exciting, right? 

Check out the terms and conditions below and reach out in the comments section if you have any questions. Get creative, add your own screenshots or videos – and make sure to share with your network to get those likes 💪   

I’m looking forward to reading your tutorials!  




(*) Terms and Conditions   

Challenge definition  

Prize draw entry period details  

Eligibility Criteria  

Contest Rules  

Selection and Notification of Winner  

Prize Details  

Consent and Release  

Personal information and privacy  

  1. Challenge definition  

The SAP Intelligent RPA Tutorials Challenge is an online blogging challenge taking place in SAP Community ( where users in that topic area are asked to write a tutorial. A tutorial in this context is a detailed blog post explaining in several steps how to automate a task with SAP Intelligent RPA to help the reader in learning from your tutorial and being able to reproduce it. Participation in the Challenge is subject to these Terms and Conditions. The Promoter of this challenge is SAP Intelligent RPA Team.   

  1. Prize draw entry period details  

Eligible individuals may participate in the SAP Intelligent RPA Tutorials Challenge from March 22, 2021 to April 23, 2021 at 12:00 PM Central European Time and winners will be selected and announced on April 28, 2021 on SAP Community and SAP Intelligent RPA’s social channels.    

  1. Eligibility Criteria  

Entrants must (i) be eighteen (18) years or older; (ii) be a registered and active member of the SAP Community ( (iii) you are prohibited from participating in this Challenge if you are located in a country embargoed by the United States or if you are on the U.S. treasury department’s list of specially designated nationals.  (iv) SAP reserves the right to verify eligibility and to adjudicate on any dispute at any time. The Challenge is subject to all federal, state, and local laws and is void where prohibited.  Participants in the Challenge agree to be bound by these Official Rules and the decisions of the Sponsor.    

  1. Contest Rules – Blog post submission requirements   

Blog posts must:     

Be submitted by an individual authentic account 

Add “SAP RPA 2.0:” to the blog post title 

Specify in the post the roles in the company which would benefit from this automation 

Have an introduction including a link to this blog post  

We expect every blog post to consist of a beginning (introduction), a middle (main portion), and an end (a conclusion that wraps everything up).  

Enriching the text with images/screenshots or videos is preferred    

Select the primary tag “SAP Intelligent RPA”

-Author must follow the “SAP Intelligent RPA” tag   

Select the category “Technical Article”   

Add the user tag “SAPRPA2.0_TutorialChallenge2021”    

  1. Selection and Notification of Winner  

Winners will be individual authors of the most liked blog posts with the number of likes on blog posts being counted and displayed by SAP Community platform. Blog posts which are inaccurate or display false information will not be considered for the prizes. Participants are not allowed to cheat in any way, particularly in creating false accounts clicking on their blog posts.    

An author can submit multiple blog posts, however, if multiple blog posts by the same author are ranked in the Top 3 most liked blog posts, he/she only will win one prize meaning that only the most-liked blog post will be considered and the next most-liked blog posts by other authors will be selected.    

Likes on SAP Intelligent RPA tutorials in a blog post format will be counted as of April 23, 2021 at 12:00 PM Central European Time.    

  1. Prize Details  

Winners for 1st2nd and 3rd places will be rewarded with: 

  • Q&A session with SAP Intelligent RPA team 
  • Participation in an SAP Community Call 
  • Surprise material giveaways from SAP Intelligent RPA and SAP Community  
  1. Consent and Release   

Promoter is not responsible for any typographical or other error in the printing of the offer, administration of the Prize Draw or in the announcement of prize or for any suspension of the Prize Draw or inability to implement the Prize Draw or award the prize as contemplated herein due to any event beyond its control, including delays or interruptions caused by acts of God, acts of war, natural disasters, weather, utility outages, acts of terrorism or any national, federal, territorial or local government law, order, or regulation, order of any court or regulator. This Prize Draw shall be governed by and interpreted under the laws of Germany without regard to its conflicts of laws provisions. Any and all disputes, claims, and causes of action arising out of or in connection with this Prize Draw, shall be resolved individually, without resort to any form of class action. Any claims, judgments and/or awards shall be limited to actual out-of-pocket costs associated with entering this prize draw. Participant hereby waives any rights or claims to legal fees, indirect, special, punitive, incidental, or consequential damages of participant, whether foreseeable or not and whether based on negligence or otherwise.   

  1. Personal information and privacy  

By participating in the Challenge, Participant consents to the collection, use and disclosure of Participant’s personal information as described at     

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      Author's profile photo Jelena Perfiljeva
      Jelena Perfiljeva

      Thank you for sharing, Maiara! There seems to be a typo in p. 5, I'm guessing it should be 2021, not 2020.

      I'm sure our Community member are motivated by their generous spirit rather than material things. But to be honest, these days "you get to participate on a Zoom meeting" sounds more like a punishment than a reward. 🙂 So I'm wondering if perhaps there could be some additional way to reward the winners. Just a thought.

      For those looking for the previous year's submissions, here is the link (copied from Mynyna Chau 's comment):

      Good luck to all the participants!

      Author's profile photo Mynyna Chau
      Mynyna Chau

      Since my notifications have pointed me to this comment - I'd like to chime in by clarifying that it states "Participation / to participate in a SAP Community Call"... in the pandemic situation we're all in, not being able to travel and have physical community events, I think it's a nice way for winners to present in front of an audience sharing their tutorials, and at the same time it's a great opportunity for community members to get connected with the winners and learn from them directly. By the way, the SAP Conversational AI tutorial challenge just ended, and I'm sure there are interested people looking forward to learning from the winners personally in their SAP Community Calls being able to address questions... But that's just my personal opinion and assumption.

      Author's profile photo Jelena Perfiljeva
      Jelena Perfiljeva

      I totally understand that our options are limited but just thought that maybe something small like an SAP Community souvenir or a gift card (I've been sending Amazon GCs this year) would be appreciated.

      I remember the days when the first SDN members were given the tshirts of different colors based on the number of points. 🙂 And to this day I see people share pictures of their now vintage shirts, so venture to guess these small things create cherished memories.

      Author's profile photo Mynyna Chau
      Mynyna Chau

      I see a present box icon and "And last but not leastsurprise giveaways from SAP Intelligent RPA and SAP Community " 😉