Curious if folks in the transportation industry would be interested in re-invigorating an Alteryx supported member-led transportation user group? Sounds like @NeilFisk and @williamchan are willing to lead the charge and from an Alteryx perspective, it would be helpful to gauge interest from potential members to inform bringing this group back under the User Groups wheelhouse.
Give this idea a "like" to let us know you'd be excited about joining a Transportation group in community and getting involved in quarterly meetings. If you're willing to speak, host, lead, please comment as well ;-)
Currently when you add an event to your calendar, the invite includes a link back to the events page. This does get you to what you'll need, but would it be possible to include the link to join the event directly in that calendar invite? Maybe this is a phase two thing but it seems like it would be nice to join from my calendar instead of my calendar taking me to a webpage then joining from there.
Is there any way to add filter/sort functionality on the events page when they are shown as a list? It looks like the default is to show events in chronological order, but maybe someone wants to see only events in Kansas or only events that are user group meetings.
Making new groups and working on some tools and learning about that tools and related information by making this will help new joiners and students to improve their skills and knowledge in alteryx software development projects and making it possible to work with alteryx easy and flexible..
Let's make sure to join in the team group and learn more .... Thanks if you are agree with the topic like this or else just live it... 👍
When a group sends notification for an event, for clarity on how to RSVP, I think the E-mails should auto-populate at the beginning or ending of the notification with a linked message stating to follow to the page in order to RSVP -- this would reduce or even eliminate and confusion on where one is meant to RSVP (i.e., adding it to your calendar is not an RSVP!). Additionally, once one has gone to the group page, the RSVP buttons are not visible until after login, creating further confusion -- I think the most simple and effective way to correct this is to keep the RSVP responses private until login but make the RSVP buttons visible such that when one clicks on one and is not logged in already, they are prompted to log in.