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In addition to the avatar that appears next to your posts on the Cisco Learning Network, you can now also upload a larger image of yourself. This image appears on our People pages, found by clicking the “Community” tab on the home page.   According to Wikipedia, "Avatars on Internet forums serve the purpose of representing users and their actions, personalizing their ...

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The wait is over! The new WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) rich text editor is now live on Cisco Learning Network.   With even more creative options available to express yourself in blog comments, in wiki documents, and when replying in discussion forums—we are sure to see some vibrant, rich content around the community!   We’re able to give you a video rundown ...

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There are so many ways you can contribute to The Cisco Learning Network—in discussions, by asking questions, contributing answers, posting documents and helpful links. We wanted to remind you of another valuable feedback channel—blog comments.   We’re very fortunate to have some terrific subject matter experts blogging here on the Cisco Learning Network, like jebush and ...

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  As you have probably noticed by now, things “look a little different” around here lately.   We are pleased to announce that the site (your site!) has been upgraded to the Jive 2.5 community  platform--with some special touches thrown in by your community team.   We want to extend our sincere thanks to the entire community for your patience, feedback, and ...

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