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I think it would cool if we would make some enchantments in the area of creating new topics. I hope this topic will be a good conversation starter about how this should exactly look like.
In my opinion, the current format for creating new topics could be enhanced. The current recommendations don't have sufficient information to identify if this recommendation is relevant for me.
Suppose the recommendation would show like four first rows of text. Thanks to this small change, we could make it more useful. Sometimes, people don't search for the answer before posting a new topic, and it would be great if they could found a solution without creating a new post.
If other people have more ideas regarding creating new topics please feel free to share them here.
Including Alteryx youtube videos of presentations in Global Search would be great! (or include them as reference under tool documentation). Finally found my answer with a google search! E.g., this video on the network analysis tool: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MsDZIc02SkQ
As someone who is primarily a Gallery Admin as opposed to a workflow designer, and given that this is the Server section I'm surprised that there is no way to label a message as relating to the AdminUI.
Just a thought that adding the label might be useful?
I usually end up just picking Server and Gallery but this seems a little generic?