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[REPOST] Top 30 Most Followed Tags on SAP Q&A forum

SAP Community is bigger than ever with 2.8M users worldwide and 287,000 visits every day. Have you ever wondered what are the most popular tags on SAP Q&A forum ? There are more than 900 tags with ever growing list of followers and contributors!! Well, following chart will help you garner some insights into the world of SAP Q&A forum.

I've considered the tags having more than 200 followers, at least 1000 questions and contributors (Data as of Oct 19,2019) Bubble size indicates the number of followers. Sorry for the small font :-( Please zoom in the webpage or download the image for more details! Also, pasting the list of top 30 most followed tags below :

So what tags are you following?? Let me know in the comment section!!

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11 Comments

  • Oct 21, 2019 at 10:33 AM

    I can't see the pictrure :-(

    can y'all?

  • Oct 21, 2019 at 02:55 PM

    Interesting to see ABAP Development that much ahead.
    I wonder if that still would be the case if AdT would be it's own tag.

    Can you also look at user-tags? If so, how does AdT (https://answers.sap.com/topics/adt.html) do?

  • Oct 28, 2019 at 03:44 PM

    Primarily PLM Quality Management. Only 148 followers on that.

    I'd also be curious on the number of questions in areas. Number of followers should correlate closely to number of questions I would think.

    Craig

    • Oct 29, 2019 at 12:35 AM

      In my observation, number of questions is highly correlated to number of contributors. This is not the case with number of followers though. There are many tags with handful followers but have lot of contributors!! For example, SAP NetWeaver or SD

      • Oct 29, 2019 at 12:57 PM

        Agree. I think since most "contributors" are asking only 1-2 questions there would be a pretty strong correlation of contributors to questions. Contributors is a bit of misnomer though I think. I don't think of people who only ask questions as contributors.

        It would be interesting to know, of those contributors, what percent are active in answering questions and/or writing blogs?

        Those listed as followers probably better represent the contributors. But even they are really even a subset of the number of followers.

        We have 148 followers in QM. I'd only count about 5 people as actual contributors.

        Craig

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