How to Get Started With the SAP Data Warehouse Cloud Community
Welcome! Now that you’ve created an account, you might be wondering what to do next. You’re in the right place. This guide will give you an overview of what to expect in the SAP Data Warehouse Cloud Community, how to get started, and some general guidelines to follow. This won’t take too long, so have a quick look and get ready to join the community.
What I Can Do Here
This SAP Data Warehouse Cloud Community is the ultimate resource for users. Here, you’ll be joined by your peers and SAP’s experts in this place for learning and sharing. Here are a few of the things you can do here
Ask Away! Do you have any questions? You’re in the right place. The SAP Data Warehouse Community is the best place to find solutions for any issues you might be having. Just choose the right category and post your question. The community is here to help.
Share Your Knowledge. Your peers could use your expertise. Feel free to offer solutions, best practices, or any other information that the community would find useful. Your experiences and knowledge are an asset.
Join the Discussion. There’s more to the SAP Data Warehouse Cloud Community than just questions and answers. This is the place to spark discussions about the topics that matter most. Start a discussion or add your thoughts to an ongoing discussion. You’ll be in good company.
What to Do
To make the most of the community, here are a few things to do.
Upload a profile picture. It’s always nice to put a face to a name. Add a photo of your choice to stand out and be recognized.
Set your notification preferences. Choose how you want to be notified and for what. You can choose whether to receive an email, a pop-up when you’re in the community, or a combination of the both. This way you won’t miss any important answers to your questions.
Check the guidelines. This platform is the place for SAP Data Warehouse Cloud users to get together and share their knowledge. We’re all looking to share some knowledge, connect with our peers, and get our questions answered. However, to be on the safe side, we do have a handful of rules that are probably obvious. Be kind, don’t post offensive content, etc, but you knew that already.