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EsmeeX
Product and Topic Expert
Product and Topic Expert
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Greetings Builders! 

Have you recently joined us from the AppGyver Community Edition migration? Here is a short guide to help you get started here in the SAP Builders Group – our new home for all things SAP Build Apps, and the SAP Build low-code community. Before you get started with these steps, be sure to join the Builders Group so you can connect with us and start sharing discussions!

As a reminder: The Builders Group here in SAP Community is open for everyone interested in the SAP Build low-code portfolio. This includes SAP Build Apps, SAP Build Process Automation and SAP Build Work Zone. SAP Community also includes Groups and Topic Pages for a wide variety of other products in the SAP ecosystem.

SAP Community has also recently migrated to a new home, so we hope you understand while we continue to streamline things here for our awesome community. 😊 We will continue to update this post as the new community evolves.

Update 27.3.2024: We know many users have been experiencing issues with the new SAP Community. Feel free to reach out to us with specific feedback and we can help guide you, or pass the feedback to the Community team.

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Here's how you can use the Group to:

  1. Share technical questions
  2. Report feature bugs
  3. Create blogs to share learnings

👉 Recently we released a new version of our Community Edition tool. If you haven't already, you can sign up here for the new Community Edition.

1. Share technical questions/discussions in the SAP Builders Group

You’re reading this blog post on the SAP Builders Group, the hub for all discussions around our SAP Build portfolio. You can use this group to share blog posts and start discussions about SAP Build Apps, including the Community Edition (formerly the AppGyver Community Edition).

Here in the Group, you can post all your technical questions about SAP Build Apps. To see what other users are posting about, check out the discussions board.

👉 To ask a technical question: we recommend using the option Start a Discussion. 

Be sure to mention you are using the community version of SAP Build Apps and include SAP Build Apps under the managed tags.

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SAP Community also features a Technology Q&A page where you can submit questions. We will continue to monitor both areas for SAP Build Apps related questions, however the Discussions board is a more centralized location to connect with other SAP Builders and our team.

2. Reporting feature bugs and workarounds 

Since we are also no longer using Tracker for bug reporting, you can use the Discussion board to share any feature bugs you might encounter.  

👉 To report a bug: Follow the same steps as above for asking a question (Start a Discussion), tag SAP Build Apps, and add the label "Features (bugs) and Workarounds":

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3. Celebrate your wins/learnings with blogs

Now with the new Group, you can also share your learnings in one place in addition to your technical questions! Blog posts in the SAP Builders Group are an excellent platform for sharing your journey with the vast SAP Developer community around the world.

Check out this great example from  about his journey with the Community edition: Building visually compelling applications within the SAP Build Apps environment: My Journey

👉Start browsing SAP Build blogs or write your first blog!

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💡 Ready to get started with SAP Builders? Join our Group today and start connecting with your fellow low-code Builders. If you have any questions/feedback regarding the new community or the AppGyver migration, let us know in the comments!

To explore resources and useful links, check out our topic pageAnd make sure to subscribe to the tag to receive the latest SAP Build Apps news and events.

Happy Building, everyone! 🎉

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