Are you exploring community platform options? And would you rather understand something by viewing a video? You’re not alone.
We’ve heard you. Over the last several months we’ve released a series of short videos explaining portions of the AnswerHub platform. All of the videos run between one and three minutes. You can work through the entire series in about 20 minutes.
The content is divided into 101 (basic) and 102 (intermediate) tutorials.
Who should watch the videos?
- Company leaders considering starting a community. The videos can help companies exploring a community understand features and functionality (at least for our platform).
- AnswerHub community managers. Learn more about what you can do with your platform. And embed these videos (or use the content as a template) to help your users understand how the developer community platform works.
What Kind of Content is Covered?
Do you want to understand how you can organize content? Check out “Intro to Spaces” where you can watch a video tutorial on how to create spaces and build your permissions based on the different spaces.
“AnswerHub 102: Favoriting a Post” walks through how users can “like” questions, articles, or ideas submitted by other users, and how to find the content they’ve liked later.
Community features can reshape how you interact with external and internal developers. Gamification, for instance, helps Dynatrace reduce support tickets. “I don’t have to spend time looking for someone to answer each IT specialist’s question,” says Community Manager Karolina Linda. “The community has evolved to the point where someone – a Dynatrace employee or customer – will jump in and answer the question.’’
An Overview of the AnswerHub Video Series
Here is information on and links to the rest of the videos:
AnswerHub 101: User Profiles: How they work, why certain details are included, and what community managers can glean from them.
AnswerHub 101: Intro to Spaces: Learn how creating developer community spaces helps you categorize user-generated content.
AnswerHub 101: User Interface: Understand what the user interface looks like and how user access levels differ.
AnswerHub 101: Introduction to Questions and Answers: You don’t want a community that is a one-way experience, and you definitely want to reduce the time it takes to help customers by encouraging community members to answer questions. This video explains how.
AnswerHub 102: Following: Users can customize their community membership experience by changing the notification preferences to what’s most important to them.
AnswerHub 102: Favoriting a Post: Ever “like” a post and can’t find it later? This video explains how the feature works and how to find the content you have liked later.
AnswerHub 102: Gamification and Reputation Points: Enabling users to earn badges and reputation points encourages them to use the developer community. This video will show you how it works.
AnswerHub 102: User Notifications: A primer for individuals and administrators on how to set notifications with a review of the various options.
AnswerHub 102: Wikifying a Post: Do you want users to edit existing answers? Or would you prefer that only users with a certain number of reputation points have editing access? This video shows you how to allow edits universally or with limited control.
Need to learn more about AnswerHub features?
For a more comprehensive look at the community platform’s features check out our features page.
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