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Online forums remain a time-tested asset in the Dynamics
community. Not all of them have survived over the years, and some
are better left behind. But the successful ones still offer both
information and access to experts, even as they compete for
attention with other outlets like social and video.
DynamicsUser.net, also known as
Dynamics User Group or DUG, is one of the longest-running forums in
the Dynamics community, and the team behind it just completed a
major modernization effort. They migrated the site from its old
on-premises Telligent system to a
DiscourseSaaS environment, bringing along over 70,000 posts
covering everything from
SSRS watermarks, and
Business Central webhooksto
coding date and timein AX and
enlarging fontsin GP.
"This transition is part of a bigger platform reorganization at
Dynamics User Group," said Jacob Roder, who co-owns DUG with Jon
Stypula. The pair also own Microsoft partner firm Dynamic
Consulting together and have been building out DUG to include
DynamicsCon events, the Skill-up online learning platform, and
associated web sites. In addition to Discourse, they are
introducing single-sign-on across the services, which will require
a bit of work from existing members to reset passwords. Roder
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