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  1. Hi team, Has the Customer Service Superstar been filled yet by any chance? I haven't seen any new blog posts or announcements relating to it so I just thought I'd ask here instead of hassling the team via direct message. 👼
  2. Amazing work to all involved! Congratulations. 🥳
  3. Hi Matt/team, Have all of these roles been filled yet?
  4. One thing I forgot to mention in my reply, and it's REALLY simple. BE YOURSELF! Don't try to be someone you're not. Don't act or pretend. I understand that you may have to come across more "professional" at times but the more yourself you are the better your community will be able to relate to you, engage and continue being a part of your community. Being professional doesn't mean to completely change who you are. There is no right or wrong answer as everyone may have different opinions but if you were to jump into a room full of people, it's not too difficult at all for someone to pick up on a persona or someone not acting themselves. This is the same for a forum; people sooner than later do pick up on it.
  5. Couldn't have said it better myself. Becoming one with your community will allow the community to grow. A good leader is avoiding being a 'boss' per say. You can do everything that the administrator role entails but there is no need to enforce the status. People will already know you're in charge without you having to tell them. And in my opinion, it doesn't really matter if you remove the title altogether. So long as the administrator duties are being fulfilled in the background none will be the wiser. Do what you think is comfortable and how you would want to see a community if you registered for the first time. Toxicity within the community and status are definitely things you would not be attracted to and will prevent you from visiting again.
  6. Some positive changes to the community. Well done Matt and team, I like them.
  7. To be quite honest this blog post is to congratulate Jordan on his new role as Community Advocate here on Invision. Politics should be brought up elsewhere. My two cents. Congratulations once again mate, decided to change the name to one I much more commonly use throughout the net. 😎
  8. Congratulations Jordan. Definitely deserved and I wish you all the best.
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