As Acumatica continues to grow, it’s important for Acumatica users to have a place to turn to for sharing information about how to use Acumatica.
Enter AUG, An Acumatica User Group.
Here you will find forums dedicated to exchanging information about Acumatica.
As of this writing, there are 10 AUG Forums:
1. Acumatica Finance Modules
2. Acumatica Distribution Modules
3. Acumatica Dashboards
4. Acumatica Pivot Tables
5. Acumatica Analytical Report Manager (Financial Report Writer)
6. Acumatica Report Designer
7. Acumatica Generic Inquiries
8. Acumatica OData with Microsoft Excel and Power BI
9. Velixo Reports for Excel and Acumatica (Financial Report Writer)
10. Everything Else
If you aren’t sure where to post your question, just put it in the Everything Else forum.
These forums are public. Anything that you post can be seen by anyone on the internet. So keep that in mind, especially when sharing screenshots and files.
But public is a good thing because the Google search engine also sees everything in the AUG Forums. This way, Google will send someone to an AUG Forum post when they Google search for something related to that post’s content.
Sharing is great. Maybe you don’t have a question about Acumatica, but maybe you have something that you want to share and even get feedback on. Feel free to post it.
In order to access the AUG Forums, you can just click that AUG button on the top of this website.
Or, if that’s too far for your mouse to travel, you can just click this button right here:
Isn’t that easy?
When you first go into the AUG Forums, you will see a Login button on the top like this:
Clicking that Login button will take you to this Login screen:
If you don’t already have an account, you can create one by clicking on either the Facebook, Google, or LinkedIn account buttons. This will allow you to login with one of those social media accounts.
Once you are logged in, you can start creating new Discussion Topics or reply to existing Discussion Topics.
Remember, the goal here is to share information so others can find it. More heads are better than one.
The AUG Forums have been running for a while now, but I was waiting until April 30th to create this blog post because it’s the 5th anniversary of my first blog post and I’m sentimental about anniversaries. Actually, I didn’t get it out in time so I’m really writing this in May, but backdating it to April.
Since I like Power BI, I thought it would be appropriate to throw a few Power BI charts in this post with information about the AUG Forums. There are multiple charts so scroll down to see them all.