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Welcome to the September 2016 community wrapup this is a monthly post we'll do to help highlight some of the things happening on the community forums during the month. The wrap-up is a work in progress and we welcome your feedback either in a reply below or you can open a private thread in the Forum Assistance category

 

Taking a quick look at the stats for the month:

  • During August we saw 275 new members joining the WHMCS Community Forums.
  • We had 274 new threads created during the month and 911 posts across the community overall our posts where down
  • September 19 was the busiest day on the community with 101 users logging in

New community forum rules:

On September 6th we introduced a new set of community forum guidelines & rules if you haven't yet reviewed these please take some time to do so from October 1st we've begun enforcing these in full.

 

Our top forum picks this month:

  • Introducing our newest Gearhead Sentq
    During September we were excited to introduce sentq as our latest Gearhead. A GearHead is a member of the community forums who is a champion of the WHMCS software.
  • Upgrade 6.0.0
    arjanvr wanted to upgrade to WHMCS version 6 and needed some advice on upgrading to the latest version. A number of community members assisted with giving arjanvr the right direction.
  • How to send users an email to confirm a password change?
    Paperweight wanted to know if it was possible to send the password reset email when clients submit a reset request via the Client Area. A couple of users provided suggestions along with a hook
  • Level 2 Member???
    An eagle eyed member noticed that we've quietly added a "Level 2 Member" rank it's part of our new ranking structure which we'll be launching in the coming months. Stay tuned for details
  • How to hide whmcs menu and sidebar form guest
    ecayer was experiancing issues hiding the WHMCS Menu and Sidebar brian! provided assistance in getting these working correctly.

 

A note about our advertising forums:

We'd like to remind all users that post in the advertising forums of rule 3.3

 

Advertising is limited to one advertisement per forum per user each week. Additional or excessive advertising may be removed by the moderation team

 

During the past month there have been a few users posting more than one advertisement it's really important that we keep to one per week to make it fair for everyone.

 

Previous Wrap-ups:

In case you missed our previous monthly wrapups

August 2016

 

That's it for the September edition of the community wrapup. As always please feel free to provide any feedback below or feel free to open a thread in the Forum Assistance board and one of our Moderation team will be happy to help you.

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