Robotic Process Automation is a LinkedIn group where over 61,200 RPA practitioners from all over the world gather to enjoy lively, engaging conversations.
It's completely free to join the community. Aleksander (founder and moderator) reviews and approves posts every day to maintain the quality of the online group. Some types of posts are forbidden, such as recruiters looking to hire and marketing promotions. However, sometimes he will accept posts with invitations to webinars and conferences. The criteria are that the event includes the end-user providing practical advice or case studies for it to be relevant to members.
All these moderation efforts allow members to enjoy a safe space to talk about RPA without distractions. There are lively, engaging conversations inside the group. Indeed, it's to find like-minded people to bounce off ideas with. You will be able to build a peer support network to help you when needed. Members usually use the online group to ask questions, request advice, or share their knowledge with others.
Discuss RPA with like-minded people:
The Robotic Process Automation LinkedIn group is filled with thousands of people worldwide who are practitioners of RPA. You can join the community to enjoy lively, engaging conversations with peers, and get fresh insights and actionable takeaways from others' experiences.
Get relevant invitations to learning events:
The community rules don't allow ads promoting events. However, the moderator will usually approve posts that include invitations to webinars or conferences with relevant information for members.
Inside RPA you will sometimes find interesting events to attend, shared by members. The moderator approves posts with invitations to conferences and webinars, only if they include the end-user sharing practical experience or some form of case studies. This ensures you won't find an unending list of events you may be interested in participating in -only a curated list of events worth attending.
Members of RPA connect and interact in a LinkedIn group. Inside the community, you will be able to network with over 61,200 practitioners of robotic process automation. It's easy to find like-minded people in the group to bounce off ideas with, and to expand your professional network.
Aleksander, the community's founder, personally reviews posts each day before approving them. This ensures a community that provides actionable, relevant posts to its members. You won't need to worry about a clogged feed full of marketing promotions, because there isn't.