Welcome back to another PBI Community recap! April saw a focus on Super Users and updating of several of our support articles to provide you with even more useful information on how to use the community. However, we've also announced a brand-new community in the product family and our T-shirt contest winner since the previous Community Highlights post. Of course, there was also lots of useful information from our community bloggers again. Check out the full April overview below.
Blog Post: What do you want to learn at Microsoft Business Applications Summit?
In April, we published a blog post that allowed you to share what you would like to see at MBAS. The live event covered 30 of the 38 topic suggestions. Topics were covered during the Social Hour and Expert Connect, in addition to thank yous for ideas from community members. A big thank you to everyone who submitted a question under the post! You can read the blog and suggestions here:
Whether you were able to watch the sessions live, or find yourself watching the sessions in the community, you can claim your community badge to be shown in your profile by filling out this short form: https://aka.ms/MBASBadge Thanks to the hundreds of users that have already claimed theirs!
Super User Bios – Season 1 2020
If you’ve always wondered who the folks are that are that are so helpful when it comes to answering your questions, you should check out our post with biographies and photos of some of the Super Users from Season 1 of this year.
After Power Virtual Agents has been a part of our product family for a bit now, we launched its very own PVA Community at the end of April. Take a look around, and learn more about how you can use PVA to be more productive:
Did you know that you could subscribe to labels? Well, now you do. If you would like to be notified of posts related to posts on a certain topic, check out our updated article on Subscriptions and Notifications, which now has instructions for subscribing to labels:
There are times when you might want to go back and edit a post or delete one because you have accidentally created a duplicate. If you want to learn how to edit or delete one of your own posts, read our updated support article on ‘How to Use the Toolbar’ (specifically, under ‘Inserting and editing media’ > ‘Images’):
Here’s another neat feature: You can actually speed up the image insertion process by copying and pasting the image into the upload field. Curious how you can do this? Read our updated article ‘Asking, Answering, and Accepting’: