We wanted to take this opportunity to welcome our newest members from the United Kingdom and Ireland to the Sage City Community. Over the last few months we have been hard at work planning the migration of users and content from the UKI Community over to Sage City. And we are happy to report that work is now complete! Members from our existing UKI Community who have created content or logged in during the last 12 months will have their account and posts moved over to Sage City. For all other users, creating a new account on Sage City is easy. You can sign in or create an account at this link: https://sagecity.na.sage.com/login
With the addition of users and content from UKI, Sage City is now supporting 20 countries, with over 140 product groups and 250 total forums across the entire community. Existing ideas and blog content for UKI products have also been migrated to Sage City.
For our new members from United Kingdom and Ireland, you can access your product groups and existing content by clicking on or hovering over Support Groups on the homepage, and then choosing your country United Kingdom or Ireland from the list. Once on your applicable country homepage, you can choose your Sage software from one of three groups: Sage Business Cloud, Local products, or Accountant products. Once you have chosen your product from the list, you will be taken to its support group homepage, which will have links in the navigation for forums, resources, and members, with additional links for blogs and ideas for some groups. Please join the group to gain access, so that you can post questions, reply to threads, like content, vote on ideas, and more.
If you encounter any issues or have any feedback or concerns you would like to share, please be sure to send an email to email@example.com, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
The Sage City Team wants to sincerely thank our over 90,000 active members (and growing) from around the globe for participating in the community by sharing valuable insights and knowledge every day. And we’re especially excited to have even more insights and shared advice in the community from our newest members from the United Kingdom and Ireland. Here’s to many lively discussions!