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Yes, I have finally made it to Level 8 Microsoft Dynamics Community badge.
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Good question, there are two ways to view it
You get absolutely nothing
You get the respect from your fellow Microsoft Dynamics users because you own a level 8 badge!
hmmmm, when I write it down it doesn’t sound quite as marvelous
It’s more a bonus side effect to posting blogs, answering forum questions and doing other CRM community type things.
I have learnt a lot from answering peoples CRM Forum questions and reading answers from Scott Durowand particulary Aileen Gusni who has written some of the most comprehensive answers to questions I have ever read.
It’s useful when people respond to the same question you have answered with a different solution because one of the advantages of Microsoft Dynamics CRM is there is lots of ways to do the same thing.
Answering and reading forum questions is a good way to see how new functionality is being used, what users don’t understand and how it can be used to answer users problems
Answering forum questions is a good way to see the common problems with people using CRM 2013
I sometimes get blog ideas from a good forum post like this
What is CRMUG? Should you join?
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