Or should we say, welcome to the redesigned SAS Support Communities.
Many years ago, SAS Support Communities began as a way to connect and help SAS users. Since that time, our communities have seen tremendous growth in membership and readership. You -- our members -- show a vast diversity of interests. You have curiosity and knowledge about all sorts of topics, and you are willing to share lots of time and expertise to help each other.
To take communities.sas.com to the next level, we have upgraded our communities platform and redesigned the site. Our new environment will help you to:
You’ll notice some immediate benefits of our new site:
If you have used communities.sas.com in the past, you’ll notice that our new site has some new behaviors and features. There’s a new ranking structure (for those of you who keep track) and some new terminology. And we’ve added things like badges and an article Library, to make it easier for you to show off your expertise.
Check out your new community! This video gives you a good overview of what to expect.
As our new tagline says, “Ask. Find. Share.” The SAS Support Communities are designed to help you learn and grow as a SAS user. Jump right in and start absorbing the collective knowledge of a world of talented SAS users. After all, that’s what a community is all about.
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