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Gali Kling Schneider

SAP TechEd Barcelona last week was a wonderful event! Jam packed with SAP Community fun 🙂 The event began for me Monday evening with the SAP Mentor reception – an opportunity to connect with both

As I’ve shared before, our main goal for the second half of this year is improving the SAP Community user experience. A critical component of this improvement is rethinking and reworking the organization of community

On the day that SAP Community launched, I published a blog post welcoming you to our new home, reemphasizing the importance of the community to SAP, and promising continued support as we settled in. That

Today marks the 6th Annual Community Manager Appreciation Day (#CMAD), a time for honoring those who work diligently and daily to help our members learn and grow. Our great moderators are among those who deserve

SAP TechEd Barcelona is the first SAP TechEd event following our launch. The Community team will of course be on the show floor ready to help teach, share, hear direct feedback, and connect with attendees.

I admit, as with many moves, it has been bittersweet the last few days. Within the Community Experience Team we had to complete certain tasks before turning out the lights officially on SCN – we

As SCN members, you probably already have your perspective on why the community is so valuable. In fact a lovely example was recently shared by Eng Swee Yeoh The True Value of a Community. When

At SAPPHIRE NOW in Orlando, we announced the beginning of open beta. Today, at SAP TechEd Las Vegas, we are announcing that the official transition from SCN to the community’s new home will happen on

As Maggie Fox posted on May 12, when the doors opened to SAPPHIRE NOW in Orlando, so did open beta for the new SAP community platform. So now testing can officially start for all community

In order to better meet the needs of our members, our community is moving to a new home, and many from the SAP team have shared on this topic. New features and improvements are exciting