Microsoft Community Contributor

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Updated: Read about updates to the Microsoft Community Contributor program.

Starting this month, top contributors within the Microsoft Dynamics community will be recognized by the Microsoft Community Contributor badge.  Those selected will have a the “MCC” badge appear in all forum responses within the community and will have the opportunity to highlight more about themselves on the official Microsoft Community Contributor web page.  Though the recognition lasts for 90 days, all community participants will be eligible for consideration and new recipients are selected quarterly.

The Microsoft Community Contributor badge seeks to recognize notable contributions to Microsoft online communities such as TechNet, MSDN® and Microsoft Community. The value of these resources is greatly enhanced by participants who voluntarily contribute their time and energy to improve the online community experience for others. Each day around the world, Microsoft Community Contributor recipients contribute to Microsoft online technical communities in a range of ways, including providing helpful answers, translating online resources into local languages and serving as moderators.

We look forward to recognizing those top contributors in our growing community in the coming months!

  • Awesome!

  • How we can get MCC invitation code on www.microsoftcommunitycontributor.com/default.aspx site? I get MCC badge, but nothing about invitation code.

    I ask on MCCGA@Microsoft.com, but after one month still nothing.

  • Who are the top contributors?

    Those who post more.

    or those who solve issues more.

    :)

  • @Almas - Great question.  While the Microsoft Community Contributor (MCC) badge is based on the top number of verified answers, we also have other badges awarded based on your contribution.  There are the Problem Solver badges (which like the MCC program is based on verified answers, the Troubleshooter badges (based on suggested answers), and the Postaholic badge (500 total posts in the Community).  Check them all out here (community.dynamics.com/.../default.aspx) and let us know if you have any questions.  Thanks /Eric