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Sharing a simple POC (proof of concept) is a great way to ask and answer questions on the Unqork Community Hub. POCs allow Creators to view (and sometimes edit) your configuration and learn from the solutions provided. To enable this, however, there are some best practices you need to follow. In this articlePOC Sharing Best Practices Only use Unqork’s Training environment. Only use the Community Collaborations workspace. Create a new app for new POCs OR build a module on the same app as POCs related to that question POC Preservation Process POCs for Answers are Moved to the Community Answers workspace. The Community Resources workspaces preserves POCs for Hackathon entries and other non-Q&A community use cases. FAQ What if I share a POC link in the wrong environment/workspace? What if I want to keep or edit a copy of the POC in my personal workspace? Why are some Community workspaces Read-only access? How/when are POCs moved to the Community Answers workspace? Is it po
This article is a work in progress. Check back later for an expanded and revised format. Badges recognize specific achievements earned by you and others in the community. You will see badges on profile pages and profile cards (when you hover over another Creator’s photo).Certifications from Unqork Academy Community Contribution Badges Monthly Leaderboard Badges Yearly Leaderboard Badges All-Time Record Badges (Monthly Contributions)Certifications from Unqork AcademyWhen you earn a new certification for the first time, the badge is automatically added to your profile. (Learn more.) Novice Configurator Certification Associate Configurator Certification Professional Configurator Certification Expert Configurator Certification Additionally, we recommend the Unqork Agile Framework training course in Unqork Academy. When you complete the course, you’ll receive the UAF skill badge. Unqork Agile Framework skill badge Community Contribution
We had a great community roundtable last week at Unqork Create, including some great insights on how we can continue to improve our community. (As a reminder, you can always submit ideas for new features and improvements on the Community Hub). This got me thinking... What’s your Unqork Community “workflow” ? When you visit Community Hub, what’s your default behavior?How often do you visit? Often or just when you have a question? How do you monitor new questions? Do you subscribe to emails for the forum, click into the forum and view the feed, use the home page, or something else? How do you monitor new ideas? And how often? As always with our Questions of the week, you’ll earn an extra 15 points (18 total) for replying to this conversation within the first week it’s up.
Last week we wrapped up our second Unqork Community Hackathon: We have focused each of our Hackathons around exploring a specific feature set. First, Marketplace accelerators and, most recently, the enhanced grid system. We’re preparing to launch our next Hackathon within the next 1-2 weeks. And while we have an idea of some newer functionality to feature, we’d love to hear your thoughts! What functionality would you like to explore in your hackathon builds or learn from others who participate?
In this article…Avoid weekends (if you can) Choose the right forum Use a descriptive title Provide a detailed description Share a POC in the Community Collaboration workspace (Training environment) Mark the answer Don’t delete your question, share the answer! Avoid weekends (if you can)You can ask a question at any time, but it’s better to ask earlier in the week if you have the option. Data shows that questions asked on Fridays or over the weekend can sometimes get lost in the activity feed.But don’t fret, our Featured Questions incentives help ensure questions won’t get lost. Choose the right forum Questions about functionality or configuration are best for the Platform Q&A forum. Open-ended questions that don’t necessarily have one “right” answer, may be better for the Best Practices & Strategy forum. Example: How does your team structure its projects? Questions about when to use a component or feature are great for the Use Case Showcase forum. Example: Use a d
Hi team, I had attended the Professional certificate exam prep session and had got the exam voucher which was active till 07/22. While trying to schedule the exam(https://certify-uatx.unqork.io/#/display/61812c6ae72550018a0ec70a.) I was redirected to the registration page(https://certify-uatx.unqork.io/#/display/61a77f0e1855e601602d5471) in Unqork online, and after completing the registration form I’m getting a message that an email will be sent to me with exam schedule instructions and links but I haven’t any email yet.Please look into the issue and help me to schedule my exam.
In this articleHow do I request a new feature for the Unqork platform? What happens after I submit an idea? Who can submit ideas? Can I see and upvote other ideas? I just submitted an idea! When will it be implemented? What if I have questions or updates about my idea? How do I know if my idea has been implemented? How do I submit ideas for the Unqork Community Hub?How do I request a new feature for the Unqork platform? Fill out the form at community.unqork.com/ideas. You can find this via the Enhancement Ideas quick link on the Community Hub home page or via the Community dropdown menu in navigation. This form (new as of July 2023) guides you through providing all the information our teams will need to understand and consider your idea. It’s a best practice to be clear, detailed, and thorough when filling out the fields; incomplete information What happens after I submit an idea? You should see a confirmation message at the top of the screen. Confirmation message The Idea is
In Stack Overflow there was a section for articles. When clicked, it brought up a new page where one could see articles on various subjects, as well as allow one to add or edit articles. Will there be a Community Hub Equivalent? Is this already here and I just can’t find it? The red box outlines where one would be able to access articles from Stack Overflow
Welcome to the Unqork Community Hub: your one-stop-shop to access resources and people to help you be successful as you build on Unqork. Tour Overview Knowledge Base Community Forums Documentation and Training Event Recordings Community FAQ Feedback Ideas Platform Support User Research The Rest of the Navigation Menu Updates Events Status Search Across All ResourcesTour OverviewAs you explore, you’ll notice 6 primary sections across the top of the screen. More details on each in the sections below Knowledge Base Feedback Marketplace Events Updates StatusKnowledge BaseQuickly access the information you need or engage the community in a discussion. New to Unqork? We recommend beginning with our Getting Started resource page. Community Forums Platform Q&A - Don’t see the information you need in our documentation? Search here for Creator questions and answers! If you can’t find your question here, you can post it yourself! Best Practices & Strategy - Share insig
The points and badges you see on our leaderboard, on community member profiles, and across our Community Hub recognize the contributions and accomplishments of each Creator. Jump ahead...Points Actions that Earn Points Bonus Points for Larger Contributions Badges Certifications from Unqork Academy Community Contribution Badges Monthly Contribution Badges All-Time Record Badges (Monthly Contributions) Points Point totals reflect the value you add by contributing to our community. When you ask questions, engage in conversations, and provide answers, you help strengthen our community knowledge base. Actions that Earn Points Answer a Question - 20 Points Criteria: Your reply is marked with the ‘Solved’ checkmark on a question. How this helps: Answers not only help the Creator who asked, but also those who view the question later. Indicate an Answer ✔️ - 10 Points Criteria: You mark a reply as ‘Solved’ to indicate the answer to your question. How this helps: Provi
The success of our Unqork Community relies on contributions from our Creators: answering questions, sharing best practices, providing demos, and sharing feedback. Top contributors are recognized with Subject Matter Expert (SME) status. Jump to:What is an Unqork SME? How to become an Unqork SME Maintaining SME status SME Recognition, Rewards, and BenefitsWhat is an Unqork SME? Top knowledge holders and contributors to the Unqork Community. SMEs have demonstrated their expertise via several months of high engagement and many high impact contributions, earning both a high volume of points and providing a large amount of answers to community questions. SMEs represent about 1% of our total community and 3% of regularly active users. They’re among our most active, engaged, and knowledgeable community members. SMEs are also leading influencers and collaborators in our community. They often share their expertise via events, videos, and articles. For new community features, SMEs are invited a
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