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Microsoft Partner Community

Tune into the Microsoft Partner Innovation Vodcast Series!
Join us as we discuss what’s happening at Microsoft
and our global partner community.

Welcome to the Microsoft Partner Community!

This vibrant community is a centralized platform for Microsoft Partners to engage with each other and Microsoft Subject Matter Experts (SME) to grow their business. It is a central destination for thought leadership on business best practices, Partner news, education, events, and new business opportunities. Get started by registering on the top right-hand corner with your Partner Center credentials!


• Use your Partner Center credentials to sign up on MPC and create a username (start in top right-hand corner).
• Sign in from the top right-hand corner every time with the same account to enjoy the full partner community experience, join areas for conversations, start new topics and get seamless access to your Partner Center dashboard.
• Read our FAQ to find out how to become a valuable contributor on the Microsoft Partner Community.
• If you have membership or program related questions, reach out to Frontline Support from your Partner Center Dashboard
• Be positive, kind, and curious. “Kudo” posts and ask questions. Be friendly with others on the network. Feel free to provide feedback, but keep it constructive.
• Post to the right place! Is your question about Azure Marketplace? Post it to the Marketplace group in Cloud + AI. Not sure where to post? Feel free to message an admin or post in Feedback and Support.
• Showcase your expertise as a Microsoft Partner for potential customers and check out the Microsoft Small Business Community to engage with or assist small businesses navigate technology challenges and be successful.
• Accept solutions to your questions. This helps ‘close’ the thread so folks know you’ve received the answer you were looking for.
• Search before you post! There is a chance that your question has already been answered. The search function on this platform is very powerful - take advantage of it!
• Use the “Me Too” button to express you have the same question on a topic.
• Keep private matters private. Double check to make sure you are posting confidential information responsibly and in the correct place.
• Add a profile picture and fill out your profile! It’s easy and quick, and helps people discover you.
• Fine-tune your email notification preferences. Just head to your profile settings by clicking on the “Edit” button below your profile photo in the top right corner. Click “notifications” in the left navigation, and then navigate to the network / community of interest and adjust your settings as needed.
• Have feedback for Microsoft Partner Community? Please share here
• Invite others to the network. Reference the network using our shortlink: http://aka.ms/mpc


• Post any PII information (email addresses, names, company addresses, Partner IDs) in forums or groups. If needed you can connect with Microsoft staff via direct messages. Identified PII content will be removed by admins.
• Use the Microsoft Partner Community as a sales channel by posting content to solely promote your own products and solutions. Any solution created by our Partners, ready for sale, should be found on Azure Marketplace or AppSource.
• Post technical support questions. Microsoft Partner Community is a destination for partners to engage in business discussions. The best place to get Microsoft support is the Microsoft Tech Community.
• Post solicitation, spam, and/or content free posts not related to Microsoft partners or products. This is a place for all of us to learn and discover each other, not a place to reach customers. Violators may be banned from the network.
• Be negative. Constructive feedback is good, but avoid personal remarks, sarcasm and blame.
• Use crazy fonts, profanity, or ALL CAPS. All caps and strange fonts are annoying. Not only does it look like shouting, it makes others want to use profanity.
• Wander off topic. No posting about sports, religion, politics or other things that don’t belong here.
• Share content from a private group. Respect your colleagues and our acceptable usage policy.
• Harvest user data. Some members may share personal information here. If you spam members from this network, Microsoft may take legal action.

Meet the Community Team

Jill Armour
Jill is the Microsoft Partner Community Moderator and is based in Seattle, Washington. She has a background in business management and coming up with solutions for Partners is her focus right now.