Jumping in here to hopefully help with a few questions or comments in this thread...At the core of all the comments here I am seeing a central theme of content in various forms. Many of us have been the beneficiary of content or a contributor of content in different ways whether it's been webinars, conferences, blogs, vides, etc…all of which has helped us further our careers, roles, and skill sets. I personally have been the beneficiary and contributor of content through the years and have felt the passion in the community in both roles. And, to me, the most important aspect of this was that it didn't matter the medium used to share the information, as long as there was a place to go that had information.What the new DAC site represents for me is the next evolution of content sharing which allows content creators to hit a broad or narrow audience. The ability to create content under your own profile allows you to be those community content advocates that I see in this thread. Have a great video you recorded on the latest tips for GP? Share it in DAC through the YouTube option. Have a new blog you want to write, but don't have your own blog platform? Use DAC as your blogging platform. Have your own content on your own page? Create a link share DAC to describe it and launch them to your post.Also, the content can be specific to GP, a mash-up of GP and other things (integration to CRM, data warehousing, BI, etc), or content for anyone in the finance or ERP. The content can be as narrow or broad as you make it.Another way to engage with the community is to join in on the free Binge Days, thanks to the awesome sponsors. This is a chance for you to learn and chat live with speakers and attendees from all over and many unique roles such as yourselves. These are free to attend and will happen throughout the year on many different topics and themes. An interesting fact to note is that in a recent Bizzabo study they found that webinars accounted for only 2% of the popular virtual event types, while 43% was conferences and conventions. However, the length of the conferences is typically one day or less.What does all this mean to you? This means that the DAC site provides you with the tools to create and share content and engage in discussions around the content without intrusive banner ads or pop-us. Use the site to share your voice on valuable topics to help folks such as yourself who are trying to make decisions about when to start their migration efforts, integrations with other systems, leveraging the cloud in conjunction with GP, and much more. All of which are great content topics that I know you shared through the years.
So, I would encourage you to check out the DAC site with all this in mind. If we are in this for the community, then let's be those positive community advocates!