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Hi everyone and welcome to Cymulate Hub! My name is Idan and I’m a Product Community Manager here at Cymulate 👋It's our pleasure to share this space with all of you - Cymulate users, fans, and partners - so that we can collaborate, share knowledge, and network with each other.We'd like you to first introduce yourself in the thread below, tell us a little about yourself, where you work, what role you play, and how you use Cymulate 🔴 🟣 🔵. Let's get to know each other a bit better!
Hey Hat-Trickers!We are excited to announce the top community contributors for the last quarter of 2021:@Aayush @David_Barrientos @PickleRick @Adrian_Richings @Michael_YNWA Thank you to these people who have done a lot to help others in the community. Your contributions are appreciated. Everyone on the list has been contacted with a cool giveaway! Want to be on this list and win cool stuff? Become a top contributor by answering users' questions and adding your own content. Feel free to DM me for more details. I wish you the best of holidays and keep up the great work! 🎄🎊
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Hello, dear members! I'm Idan, and I'm the Product Community Manager here at Cymulate. I am so happy to be here and I am looking forward to getting to know you soon.Among my responsibilities is to facilitate communication between you and Cymulate, as well as to provide assistance to you in making the most of this tool by learning from each other and from our professional team. Please feel free to ask questions, to add your own content and to participate in conversations. The Hat Trick community is for you - if you have any ideas about what should be added, let me know! You are welcome to edit your profile and to add your name and workplace so that we can learn more about you. Thank you again for joining us! I can’t wait to get to know you all.Cheers! Idan
Hey there As you all know, Cymulate Hub is the place where all Cymulate users can connect, share knowledge and expertise, and get inspired. Here, you can get help from your fellow community members and contribute your expertise to help someone else. We encourage employees of Cymulate to participate in certain discussions, though they are not primarily responding, as we want everyone to learn from each other. Cymulate Customer Support team can provide help with issues (billing questions, technical questions, features, etc.) and any other issues. To find more information, please consult the Help Center or contact the Customer Support team.If you've already submitted a ticket, don't duplicate the question in the community. And vice versa, if you've already submitted a community post, don't submit a support request. Keeping our conversation in one place will make it more convenient for both of us.We are so happy to have you here! Thank you for your understanding
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