Here’s what you’ll find in this Docebo Community Check-in:
Hello everyone 👋
As we close out the first month of 2023, it’s time for another Docebo Community Check-in. The purpose of these check-ins is to round up the most important information within the community from the previous month and to provide you with a quick overview of what you need to know.
Let’s get started!
What’s new in Docebo Community?
ICYMI section in weekly results posts
|We’ve added an ICYMI section to the bottom of our weekly results posts (here’s the latest one, Jan 23-27) so you can be sure not to miss any important posts from us!
Product Design Groups (PDGs)
You now have the ability to apply to be part of this brand new feedback initiative. Be sure to subscribe to the Product Research & Design category so you know when a new PDG is open for application.
See ICYMI section below ⬇ for the two PDGs that are currently accepting applications until Friday, February 3.
|It’s the month of love so we’re giving you the opportunity to share how much you love Docebo Community. This survey allows us to ensure the community is the best it can be so we appreciate all of the extremely valuable feedback. Plus, as a bonus, if you complete the survey by February 28, you’ll have the chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card.
Celebrating Community Milestones
Last month, we were so excited to hit 4500 members in Docebo Community! Big congrats to our 4500th member
Did you know?
- The community gets a lot of questions and, in the past year, we’re proud to report that 96% of questions have been answered by a peer! This is proof that you are taking full advantage of learning from each other.
- If you ask a question, you are responsible for ensuring there is a Best Answer marked so please mark one of the replies as the Best Answer. If you don’t think there can only be one Best Answer, then the post type should be a Conversation instead of a Question.
- You can give community feedback anytime, not just through the semi-annual health survey but also through the Community Feedback category. We welcome any and all feedback!
Posts Needing a Reply
It’s been a busy month! Here are the links to important posts from last month that you’ll want to check out:
*Please note: you must be a registered member of the community in order to access posts in Product Research & Design
We are thrilled you’ve joined Docebo Community and hope that you are finding everything you are looking for. If you haven’t seen it yet, we recommend reading the Welcome Guide for New Members which outlines key information about how to use the community as well as the important Community Guidelines to follow.
Have any questions/comments/suggestions for these community check-ins? Please let me know below 👇👇👇