Community Blueprints

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Find inspiration with tried and tested automation use cases, submitted by the community members who deployed them.

  • 1.  READ THIS FIRST: How to use Community Blueprints

    Posted 09-14-2023 09:59

    Welcome to Community Blueprints!

    This space in our community is for 2 things:

    1. You can use it to tell the world about the incredible things you've done with automations
    2. You can get inspiration from other automation professionals working in your sector, industry or business function by searching for, reading through and discussing their automation use cases.

    Just want to get started? Submit your Blueprint here.

    Click any of the items below to learn more:

  • 2.  RE: READ THIS FIRST: How to use Community Blueprints

    Posted 09-14-2023 10:02

    How to search for Community Blueprints

    The best way to search for Community Blueprints is to click here and use the Blueprints Search tool on the right of the screen. You can search by keyword, industry, business function or product to see all the Blueprints for that topic. 

    Once you've found a Blueprint that inspires you, it's very important that you click the Recommend button on the author's post! This helps us keep track of which use cases are popular, and helps us to reward authors with goodies for their kindness and generosity. 

    You can also ask the author questions by replying to their post.

    It's important to remember that Community Blueprints are created by the Blue Prism Community. 
    Whilst we do our best to make sure each Blueprint contains good quality advice and inspiration, they are ultimately the advice and thoughts of members of our community, and not SS&C Blue Prism itself.

    💙 Michael
    (I'm part of the SS&C Blue Prism Community Team)

  • 3.  RE: READ THIS FIRST: How to use Community Blueprints

    Posted 09-14-2023 10:03

    How to create a Blueprint

    Firstly, if you're considering telling our community about your work, THANK YOU! Community Blueprints can really help automation professionals to expand the value they provide to their organization, by inspiring them to try new projects. You're helping the intelligent automation community to do faster, stronger work - and that's a lovely thing to do.

    We want to make sure that all Community Blueprints are good quality, and contain practical guidance on how to carry out a specific kind of automation project. With that in mind, there are 3 things you need to know about submitting a Blueprint:

    • Blueprints are designed to be practical, not theoretical, so we ask that you only submit Blueprints about work you or your team have already delivered. This is to ensure that all Blueprints are based in actual experience as opposed to ideation.

    • To make sure authors are able to answer questions from the community about their Blueprints, the work you describe in a Community Blueprint must be something that you, your team or your organization have worked on. 

    • You can choose to submit a Blueprint using your community account or, if you prefer, it can be submitted anonymously. If you choose to submit anonymously, please be aware that we're unable to issue any rewards based on the success of your Blueprint!

    • As per our Community Guidelines, you must not use Blueprints to sell your products or services. 

    To get started, submit your Blueprint using this form

      After making your submission, the Community Team will review and publish your Blueprint within 5 working days (usually MUCH faster than that!). We may make small spelling / grammar changes to your submission to make it accessible and easy to read for all members of the community. 

      If you prefer, you can also submit a Blueprint yourself by following the template here

      💙 Michael
      (I'm part of the SS&C Blue Prism Community Team)

    1. 4.  RE: READ THIS FIRST: How to use Community Blueprints

      Posted 09-14-2023 15:06

      Rewards for top Community Blueprints

      • When your first Blueprint is published, you'll earn the Blueprints Debut! badge for your profile:
      The Blueprints Debut badge is earned for making your first contribution to the Blueprints Library.

      • Each month, the Community Team handpick a collection of Blueprints to feature. Should yours be chosen, you'll receive the Architect badge for your community profile!

      • Receive 10 recommendations on any one Community Blueprint, and you can apply for the Blueprints Master Community Coin!
      • If your Blueprint becomes popular, we may also reach out to you to hear more about it - through our Community Blogs, Events, Case Studies and other opportunities to share your story. 

      💙 Michael
      (I'm part of the SS&C Blue Prism Community Team)