Hi, I took me a while to notice the "old" communities are still around at https://private-communities.netapp.com/welcome So what's the ultimate goal - keep both? Or create a more restricted subspace here and move everything from the other place? Kind regards, Radek
@radek_kubka All publically available content will be on the new Community (community.netapp.com). private-communities will require a login and be mostly used for private collaboration. Private areas will not migrate to community.netapp.com. Let me know if you have any other questions.
Hi there! How do I get the red exclamation mark and "Welcome to the new NetApp Community. Learn how to get started." to go away forever? It takes up a bunch of space and I'm embarassed to say the red exclamation mark actually causes me anxiety. Must be the association with errors in IT systems or something...
I know -- we are working on it. There are a bunch of changes coming over the next couple of weeks and removing the announcement is one of them. Apologies for the anxiety. Thanks for your patience and reaching out.
Thanks so much! Terri Peluso Senior Community Program Manager
Not sure if this information is elsewhere, but when i go to Products and Solutions -> Latest Posts -> View All, each reply to a given post is listed as a separate entry, instead of as one conversation. If I drill into an area under Products and Solutions, for example, FAS, ONTAP, OnCommand and Related Plug-Ins -> Data ONTAP Discussions, then the conversations are listed grouped together.
Is there a way to have them grouped at the top level?
I am trying to start a new discussion on a issue that I am having, but, when I try to find the Start New Discussion link, I cannot find it. I have found the directions for this, but I do not see the Start New Discussion in the upper right as directed in the posting. Can anyone assist me so that I can post my question? Greatly appreciated.
Which area are you wanting to create a discussion in? If you navigate to a Discussion area, there is a blue bar above the "View By" topics. In that blue bar, you should see "Start a Discussion". I would also advise you use Firefox and Chrome over Internet Explorer.