I've started a new user group in Richmond, VA and I would like to have it listed on the user groups page. I would like community members to be aware of the user group so that they can sign up and attend meetings.
Hi, Andrea O'Hara,
My apologies for missing your question. I think the best way is to offer to manage the space in the community. I avoid spinning up spaces that nobody will "own." And, as evidenced by my late response to your very question, I can't stay on top of every question in the 50-plus spaces in Connect. So, if you, or someone else who is a community member is willing to manage the space, I'm happy to work with you/them to make it happen.
Here are some resources to get your own NUG:
Nintex User Group Leader Responsibilities and Benefits
An application to become a NUG leader.
Hi Frank Field,
Sorry for My delay in getting back to you. I would be happy to manage this space! What do I need to do?
Basically, you need to be willing to update the key dates widget on a regular basis, move questions that are general workflow questions OUT of the space and TO a space where they belong (WF for O365 to the O365 space, on-prem to Getting Started, etc), and also be willing to be honest about it when you are sick of managing the space and would like to quit. :-) There's also the matter of the application previously in our thread. Have you applied? That will get you the blessing of the corporate side of the building. After they approve, you and I will get on a Skype call, and I'll show you what you need to do. It'll take 30min max.
Oh, to elaborate, the point of the space is to get people to visit the NUG, but we don't want questions that can benefit the whole community being placed in a NUG space. Because we can't then measure the types of questions effectively.
Yes, I completed the application and received Nintex's blessing a while back.
We've had 3 quarterly meetings already... two featuring Nintex TEs as our main speakers.
I'll send a PM to schedule a call.
sounds great! Thanks!
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