Discourse Support Expert

Hello there and welcome here! In this training, you’ll learn to become a Discourse Support Expert and be able to confidently manage and support multiple active Discourse communities/instances.

If you are new to this training, be sure to have read Discourse Support Training Program to understand how this training program works. Feel free to reply to this topic to ask questions if anything is unclear.

To complete this training, your tasks should you choose to accept them are below, you’ll share a link to your Discourse sandbox instance where you did your configurations and other links where applicable, along with a reply of your ticked-off tasks, to mark this as completed. Be sure to have completed all the Discourse Support Advocate tasks.

If you’ve already done this set of tasks within the last 6 months, feel free to reply with all tasks ticked and a note mentioning this.

To see your progress with respect to the contributions to the #bug and #feature categories, just search for your username and the category in https://meta.discourse.org/search. So for @itsbhanusharma’s contributions to the #feature category, he’d search for: Search results for ‘@itsbhanusharma #feature’ - Discourse Meta.

:mega: Don’t click the checkboxes in this main post, make a copy of the following task lists into a new reply by Use template as reply button! If you do this, you can check off the items in your reply as you complete them.

Answer #support topics with 100 replies marked as solutions

Reproduce 100 #bug requests to check their validity

Give helpful contributions to 200 topics across the different categories here in Meta, categories like #feature, #plugin, #bug, and others

Configure different complex Discourse integrations

Write useful SQL queries for Data Explorer

Create a useful theme component

Contribute an accepted pull request to the Discourse repo

:next_track_button: Done with each of these tasks? Awesome! You are now a Discourse Support Expert! :confetti_ball: :tada:


More in the series

Training explainer: Discourse Support Training Program
Training Level 1: Discourse Support Enthusiast
Training Level 2: Discourse Support Advocate
Training Level 3: This topic

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Answer #support topics with 100 replies marked as solutions

Reproduce 100 #bug requests to check their validity

Give helpful contributions to 100 topics in the #feature category

Configure different complex Discourse integrations

Write useful SQL queries for Data Explorer

Create a useful theme component

Contribute an accepted pull request to the Discourse repo

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Answer #support topics with 100 replies marked as solutions

Reproduce 100 #bug requests to check their validity

Give helpful contributions to 100 topics in the #feature category

Configure different complex Discourse integrations

Write useful SQL queries for Data Explorer

Create a useful theme component

Contribute an accepted pull request to the Discourse repo

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I’m not sure about those numbers so I’m leaving them blank for now :thinking:

Answer #support topics with 100 replies marked as solutions

Reproduce 100 #bug requests to check their validity

Give helpful contributions to 100 topics in the #feature category

Configure different complex Discourse integrations

Write useful SQL queries for Data Explorer

Create a useful theme component

Contribute an accepted pull request to the Discourse repo

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Answer #support topics with 100 replies marked as solutions

Reproduce 100 #bug requests to check their validity

Give helpful contributions to 100 topics in the #feature category

Configure different complex Discourse integrations

Write useful SQL queries for Data Explorer

Create a useful theme component

Contribute an accepted pull request to the Discourse repo

Those numbers are really high :thinking::scream: … and hard to determine without a Data Explorer query…

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Can you help with the query? :wink::wink:

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