TNWiki Article Spotlight – The Different Roles in MSDN and TechNet Forums

Hello and welcome everybody to our TNWiki Article Spotlight on Tuesday.

Do you remember Eds blog post about How to Become an MSDN or TechNet Forum Moderator? Today I will cover another article from the MSDN/TechNet Forums wiki series, which was mentioned in a small sentence at the end of Eds post – The Different Roles in MSDN and TechNet Forums.

Have you ever seen the small titles (Owner, Administrator, Moderator, and Answerer) beneath the name of somebody at one of the forums?

And did you ever have ask yourself one of the following questions (like me in the beginning): What are they doing at the forums and who is responsible for a single forum? Whom can I ask if I have a question about a forum?

This article will answer them all in a compact manner … and if you want to become an MSDN or TechNet Forum Moderator yourself and have finished the first six steps on Eds roadmap: You now know whom you have to contact. And guess who has written this nice article? Ed Price. So, thanks Ed for sharing this with the whole community!

– German Ninja Jan (Twitter, Profile)

Comments (3)

  1. Pete Laker says:

    And thanks to you too, Jan. Your hard work also does not go unnoticed!

  2. Wow, thanks for the feature, Jan!

    I've gotten good support from Microsoft employees about this article as well. We've added it to many other forum articles.

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