As part of our Ranking and Reward program, it's that time to recognize the J-Net members who have recently moved up the ranks! Thank you all for your continued efforts in making the J-Net Community a wonderful and vibrant community!
Our J-Net User Ranking and Reward Program was developed to recognize you, our members that spend time helping their peers in the community. Moving up the ranks is based on a number of your activities. The key ones are responding to discussions and getting solutions accepted by your peers.
Want to share your expertise about one of our products or technologies? Have any of your replies in the forums been marked as an accepted solution? If so, we'd love for YOU to enhance the TechWiki section of our community! You can contribute by writing a new article or converting an accepted solution into an article.
We've been working hard at creating a better community experience for you. With that said, we're excited to announce that we've updated the sign-in area to integrate your profile/my settings/private message/help section into a drop-down for easy access. These changes offer a more modernized look that also displays your avatar!
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 will 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!
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