SharePoint Journey Podcast: Guidelines for Submitting a Question



HOW TO CONTRIBUTE TO SharePoint Journey Podcast

If you decide to submit a question for the show—and we really hope you do—you’ll need to abide by a few common sense guidelines. That way everyone wins.

On the SharePoint Journey Podcast, we answer your questions about getting started with SharePoint development and improving your development skills in SharePoint, Office 365 and Azure. To qualify for the show, questions need to follow these rules:

  • Please keep your question to one minute in length. If it goes a little over, that’s fine, but please keep it concise and to the point.
  • Spammy, disrespectful, or deeply private questions will not be considered for the podcast. Please keep it polite, non-spammy, and focused. Thanks!

To leave a question, all you need is an Internet connection and microphone (headphone mics work too). Don’t worry about your microphone’s quality—your job is to ask a great question! Speakpipe.com, the web service we use to capture your message, does the rest. It’s pretty cool.

We get a lot of questions for SharePoint Journey, which we love! Because of this volume, We won’t be able to answer every question. Submitting a qualified question is no guarantee that it will be featured on the podcast. we’ll get to as many qualified questions as we can, but if your question is similar to (or the same as) one we’ve already addressed, or if it doesn’t fit with the vibe of the show, then we’ll have to skip it. Thanks for understanding, and thanks for listening.

Please remember that by submitting a voicemail question, you’re agreeing to and accepting of the above podcast guidelines as well as allowing us to share it publicly on the podcast. Click here for more details on our Terms of Use.




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Devendra Velegandla is a four-time recipient of Microsoft's Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award (2014-2017) for Office Servers and Services MVP and  SharePoint Server. He received the MCC award for his contributions in Microsoft MSDN/TechNet forums. He loves sharing articles, videos, and tutorial on SharePoint and Office 365.