Welcome to our monthly UiPath Forum Newsletter!
First an foremost, Forum team wishes you all a happy New Year. Let it be the best one you ever had!
In the past year we have all come a long way, and that is also true for our UiPath Forum. Since our last newsletter, we were given plenty of positive and constructive feedback about our role in democratizing RPA. You really like to know the details, ask us questions about what we do and embrace our Forum and its inherent relation with our other platforms and products. We have a lot of ideas we want to bring to life. We hope that you share our excitement as we enter the new year 2020. Please stay tuned!
Better tags page
We revamped the Forum Tags page to better display our tag groups. These help us and our Community Moderators to clearly categorize all our topics.
In fact, our dedicated Community Moderators are crushing it and add tags to each new topic since the beginning of November. With our crazy new topics volume, we will soon expand the Community Moderator ranks.
UserVoice category fresh look
We updated the list of tags on the User Voice category page and updated them visually. The way it was done now makes them look better, scale better and allows us to quickly modify the list in the future (previously it required a new image file per each tag).
We like user feedback a lot. This is why we created a solid framework on how to process feedback from our Community users. This means that feedback will now be automatically added from Forum and our Studio “Send Feedback” option to our internal tracker.
We want to make sure the voice of our users is quickly reaching all our Product Managers
Auth0 - next steps
Forum presence in Bucharest
@Pablito made an engaging presentation about our UiPath Forum during the Bucharest meetup. It was a mix of Forum statistics, our mission statement and a warm invite to join us.
Feel free to check out here for the latest news about our official meetup groups
Please introduce yourself!
If you ever wondered who is our UiPath Forum for, please checkout this topic.
You are welcome to introduce yourself and share your RPA story with everyone. This way we can learn more about each other to be able to better understand your needs.