As Moderators, we have many functionalities that you might not even be aware of. Here are a few:
We keep track of your questions that have not received a reply and reach out to teams and individuals inside Pega, to help you.
If you haven’t marked your post with an Accepted Solution, we reach out to you to ensure you have received your answer or to check if you still need help.
We check your posts to make sure you aren’t accidentally sharing any proprietary information. (See my post on privacy.)
We add tags to your posts to give them more visibility that help you receive the right response.
We write Discussion posts to help you with features in the Pega Collaboration Center and Pega Support.
We set up Ask the Expert sessions and run them so you have the opportunity to speak with Pega Experts on specific topics.
When you Share an Idea, we submit then as enhancement requests in our internal system.
We make sure that if you’re requested to post in the PCC from an Support Case, that we tag your post with that Support Case ID in order to link the work done in the Support Case to the PCC post. And the same if it was requested that you open an Support Case based on troubleshooting from your post. By connecting the Support Case and the PCC post, this helps the Engineers know the troubleshooting that was already done and therefore saves both of you time!
What Should I Contact the Moderators For?
Here are some scenarios where you should contact the Moderators:
If you still need assistance on a post after a few days of it being live. (We contact you at 7 days of no new replies/comments, but you can contact us after 3 days.)
If you find an issue with the Pega Collaboration Center
Unable to author content
Unable to interact with content posted by either yourself or others
How to see the trailing activity of a case in PEGA cards (Mainframe based). There is a case added in PEGA through batch and it got lost. I can see the status as IUNATTACH in message file. But how to resolve and look for the activities in PEGA for the lost case.