Accepted Solutions are an integral part of our community. If you post a question to a discussion forum, you can choose the reply that best answers your question and mark it as an accepted solution. From this point forward, let's all make a conscious effort to do this for yourselves and your peers. At the end of July, we'll then take a look at the J-Net members who had the most accepted solutions and giveaway some prizes as a THANK YOU for keeping our community as engaging and interactive as ever!
Here's a refresher for those of you who may not know how to accept solutions:
If you post a question to a discussion forum, you can choose the reply that best answers your question and mark it as an accepted solution.
A check mark highlighted in lime green next to the post (in search results) and next to the initial question of a post identifies that it has a solution. The "Solved! Go To Solution" also indicates that a solution has been accepted. Click on it and it will automatically send you to the reply post that best answered the original question.
Doing this helps other J-Net members easily identify solutions to questions and also recognizes the member for their contribution.
In addition to the Accepted Solutions Initiative, there will be various J-Net initiatives every couple of months, so stay tuned for that. And as always, feel free to reach out anytime with any questions, concerns, or feedback. I'm always an email or a private message away