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New Accepted Solutions Profile Badges Announcement

Hey Power Platform Community!

 

We are very happy to announce that today we have launched some new community profile badges across the Power Platform Communities! As a popular request, we have decided to extend our existing profile badges that recognize Authored Solutions by adding sixteen additional badges! The badges previously only recognized authored solutions up to your 150th solution and we have decided to extend that to recognize your community solution contributions all the way to your 10,000th solution!

 

Here is an image of the new badges that we have added:

solutionsbadges.png

 

As you achieve these authored solutions benchmarks, you will get a community notification and the badge will appear on your community profile under your earned badges! We feel that this addition will accommodate the need to recognize each users' total authored solutions count for years to come!

 

Something important to note in this announcement is that on the day of this launch (today), some users will be awarded multiple new authored solution badges as they have already gathered enough solutions to do so.

 

If you have questions! Please see the community support documentation about profile badges to learn more!

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Using-the-Community/All-About-Community-Badges/ta-p/438374

 

Thanks for reading!

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