The purpose of the Community is to answer all of your tricky technical New Relic questions. But we can’t do that without the help of our dedicated Community members. For the next two weeks we’re challenging you to become Community MVPs by becoming Solvers, Professors and Datanauts.
Solvers help make answers easy to find! And becoming a Solver is pretty easy. If you’re the Topic Owner, a checkbox iconwill be available at the bottom of all subsequent posts. Click on it to select the post that best answers your question.
Once selected, that post will have a solution icon:
Additionally, the solution is linked to from the original post:
If you click the solutions checkbox for 1+ post you earn your Local Solver badge . Click 5+ of those handy checkboxes and you’ll earn your Global Solver badge . And if you click 10+ solutions checkbox you’ll receive your Intergalactic Solver badge PLUS a fantastic Explorers Hub t-shirt
Becoming a Professor is simple. Just help out your fellow community members by answering questions when you know the answer! Answer 1+ question (which is marked as the solution) and earn your Local Professor badge . Answer 5+ questions and your a Global Professor with the badge to match . And if you answer 10+ questions you’ll not only receive your Intergalactic Professor badge , you’ll also get an Explorer’s Hub t-shirt! (They’re so soft you guys!)
Becoming a Datanaut is the highest honor the Explorers Hub offers! Datanauts regularly use their New Relic knowledge to help other Community members and have answered 20+(!) questions in the past year. If you reach Datanaut status during this challenge you’ll not only earn the Explorers Hub’s highest level badge, you’ll also receive an Explorers Hub t-shirt .
The Nitty Gritty Details
You can only click the solutions checkbox on topics you’ve started.
This challenge counts for ALL topics no matter how old they are. Have some old questions that you never marked the solutions for? Do it now!
Did you solve your own question? Post the answer and then mark it as the solution. This will get you double credit and count toward both your Solver and Professor status. Don’t be THAT person who posts questions they already know the answer to just for the points, please. We’re building a comunity, and that takes real interactions.