The community is full of instructional content as well as Q & A to help you make the most out of using Bluescape. The best place to familiarize yourself with our product is to read our overview About Bluescape then peruse the topics covered in Using Bluescape: Basics.
Our members, supported by a team of Community Moderators, are also at the ready to answer your onboarding questions. So, if you can’t find what you’re looking for, start a discussion.
Here. You are in the right place. The Welcome category has everything you need to get started.
Your avatar (set to either a profile picture or your initials) in the top right of the page will open your account menu. From there you can select the (Preferences) tab then the Preferences option. This will direct you to the Account settings page.
Here, you can update your username, profile picture, email, and more.
Follow the above instructions to find the Account settings page. There is a link in the left side menu to the Profile settings page.
Here, you can update your bio, profile header, featured topic, and more.
Follow the above instructions to find the Account settings page. There is a link in the left side menu to the Notifications settings page.
Here, you can set notifications based on your actions, categories, users, and also tags you’d like to Watch or Track.
You will be notified of the first post in each new topic in selected categories or with a specific tag.
You will automatically track all topics in selected categories or with a specific tag. A count of new posts will appear next to the topic.
Easy. Just look for the Start a Discussion button on any page. If there’s something you want to share, try a quick Search first to see whether someone has had the same question or even found a solution. If not, Start a Discussion.
Yes. Anything you contribute to the community you can manage. You can (Edit) and (Delete) your posts and comments.
Yes and no. Posting is only possible for logged-in community members. That being said, your username and profile picture can provide you with a certain level of anonymity, as you can opt to use an online moniker. Identifiers such as your legal name, location, and place of employment are not required profile fields, and your email address is never shown to the public.
Yes and no. Bluescape Support is part of the community’s team of moderators. Any questions you have can be shared publicly within the community. For those rare occurrences where there’s a need to collect personal information to find a resolution, a Community Moderator will contact you privately.
Not what you were looking for? Search the community.
This community is a safe space for you to connect and collaborate with other Bluescape community members, discover and learn new skills, and inspire one another to take your remote teamwork to the next level.
The Bluescape community also exists to help you get answers to all your burning questions and equip you with the tools and knowledge you’ll need, right at your fingertips.
We just need to set some ground rules first, okay?
Please treat this discussion forum with the same respect you would a public park. We, too, are a shared community resource — a place to share skills, knowledge, and interests through ongoing conversation.
These are not hard and fast rules, merely guidelines to aid the human judgment of our community and keep this a clean and well-lighted place for civilized public discourse.
Engaging with other community members helps everyone learn and inspire! If you have an answer, a thought, or an idea that will improve the topic discussions, we encourage you to chime in.
Our community moderators will post helpful topics to get you started, but the whole idea of our community is for you to engage in conversations and make this space an interesting place to be. Use bookmarks, likes, flags, replies, edits, and more to make the most of your experience and everyone else’s too.
Don’t know where to begin? Browse existing topics and learn what interests you most. Contribute when it is most meaningful in existing topics or start a new discussion.
It’s ok to not agree with all ideas presented in the community. Just remember to provide counter-arguments that improve the conversation, not attack individual members.
Avoid name-calling, ad hominem attacks, responding to a post’s time instead of content, and knee-jerk contradiction.
If you see something, say something! We are all responsible for the integrity of this forum. When you see an offensive post or a comment that doesn’t align with our guidelines, do not respond, instead, flag it. If enough flags accrue on the post, action will be taken either automatically or by moderator intervention.
To maintain our community, moderators reserve the right to remove any content and/or a user account for any reason at any time. The moderators and site operators take no responsibility for any content posted by the community.
Protecting you and your data is important to us, and just as we want to protect you, we also have to protect ourselves. Read our Terms of Service that describe behavior and rights related to community content, privacy, and laws.
Tips to keep community content organized:
- Post your topic in the right category
- Don’t cross-post the same thing in multiple topics
- Don’t post no-content replies, instead use the Like button to give your feedback.
- Keep topic responses on track, do not divert the conversation.
- Don’t sign your posts – every post has your username attached
You may not post anything digital that belongs to someone else without permission. Please give credit to intellectual property (software, video, audio, images) where credit is due.
The Bluescape Community is a great resource for asking questions and receiving support and answers. First, we encourage everyone to Search for what you’re looking to know more about and browse the existing topics. If you are still searching for your answer, Ask the community?
Need more information about the community? Our Community FAQ can help you navigate it. Have a question you wish to ask about this community? Visit the create a new topic in the site feedback category and let’s discuss.
Let’s leave the Bluescape Community better than we found it!