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Does Anyone Know the Answer?  As Community Managers, facilitating the response to unanswered Discussion posts is a great way to boost your overall engagement and site satisfaction, increase your Engagement Benchmark Score (EBS) , and ensure that your community members will keep coming back time and again (and posting too!).  The mission this Powered by EDU Blog is to help you  squash, quell, obliterate, annihilate, and (most importantly) get responses to those unanswered posts.  We'll be using the  Unanswered Posts Report and Unanswered Posts Widget to do so. These tools will help you wrangle your unanswered posts and hold your Staff ...
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This Powered by Edu Blog is for all of our Event Planners who need more time in their lives. So, we've come to love the RSVP Only option when setting up events in Event Manager. Why do you ask? Simplicity . This registration mode allows attendees to register with one-click and may cancel their registration with one-click too. Also, it will only take you a few clicks to set up an event using the RSVP Only registration mode.  RSVP was designed for those with accounts on your site and for free events. You'll still get a headcount and registration roster of course for all those afternoon fitness walks, staff trainings,  webinars, and brown ...
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Hello HUG and welcome to the launch of our Powered by Edu Blog !  Your Higher Logic Education Team will be blogging weekly (or sometimes bi-weekly) if we have a lot to say.  Each blog will have a different topic/tip that includes:  a tutorial video, a use case, and a link to the knowledge base article(s) in the documentation in the Support Center with the steps. We'll be blogging on advanced configurations and platform functionality-- think of it like Higher Logic Graduate School but in manageable bits.  If you're new to Higher Logic? we've got you covered too!  We'll also have some “Back to Basics” blogs planned too that will get into basic configuration ...
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QR Codes and Mobile Apps

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QR Codes (Quick Response Codes) are used to encode information into a scan-able image that can easily be read by mobile devices.  Information can include: website URLs codes (numbers, letters, SKUs, etc) contact information This is similar to a barcode that might have a number encoded in it.  A QR code is a specific encoding method, and there are other similar encodings.  QR codes are square and distinguished by having small squares in 3 corners of the QR Code: Mobile devices will need to have a QR code reader app installed to read a QR code and decode this information. One of the most common use cases is to have a URL encoded, that when ...
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Hey HUG! As your friendly community manager, I am always looking for ways to showcase your awesomeness and will always post opportunities for you to do this with us here at Higher Logic. You all are doing amazing things so let's show off your awesomeness! You might have seen a banner in HUG promoting the RAPS video our marketing team created. These videos give you an opportunity to tell your story and give us an opportunity to brag on our rock star customers (that's you by the way). Check out these videos as well: Promotional Products Association International American Society of Association Executives Now we want to showcase you ! Here ...
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