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Time is flying

Created: 26 Mar 2009 • Updated: 26 Mar 2009 • 4 comments
Swathi Turlapaty's picture
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Time is flying.. it’s already been three weeks since we launched the new community. Things seem to look damn pretty in here, with all of you settle down in a routine and busy sharing information with your peers. Great job everyone…keep the ball rolling.

Though there has been lot  of activity on the new community, it seems  like the users are not yet accustomed to posting the right content on different "Utilities" -- Forums, Blogs, Articles, Downloads, and Events.

I have noticed in many instances that the content is not being posted in the right place.  Content that is supposed to go into a forum is posted as a Blog or Article  and vice versa. In such cases, I take the liberty to un-publish the original post and re-publish the entire post, including the comments in the right location, perhaps on behalf of the original author(s).

So, why is it important to post content in the right place? Ask yourself if you’d want your issues resolved....and that would be the ultimate answer. Also, you'd be saving time for everyone, including your own.

Check this out to get more information on "what to post where?"

 

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Karthikeyan Sundaram's picture

Yes. I could  find a option called Images and i dont find the any descriptions for that also in the "What to post where?"

What need to be posted there??

Thanks, Karthikeyan Sundaram.

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Swathi Turlapaty's picture

Karthikeyan!

Check this blog regarding positng images on Connect

Specifications for any attachments including the images are :

  • Maximum upload size is 75 MB.
  • Only files with the following extensions may be uploaded: jpg jpeg gif png txt zip html doc xls pdf ppt pps odt ods odp mov avi mpg mpeg wmv flv vsa

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Swathi

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MichelZ's picture

Swathi

Could you add the Office 2007 file formats to the list?

/Michel

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Swathi Turlapaty's picture

yeah...talking about the Office file formats, users can upload the 2007 format files perhaps by zipping them up. But some users who have not upgraded to Office 2007  would have difficulty reading the files. So, the solution in this case is for the users to download a patch to convert the 2007 file formats to the 2003 file formats.

Hope this helps!

Thanks,
Swathi

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