dworth
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User Admin Group

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I have tried to join the User Admin Group weeks ago but have not been added or notified that it is process.  I just re-requested to join today:JoinAdminGroup.PNGSnapshot of requesting access

Is there some other step I am missing? 

 

 

 

 

 

Darryl Worth
American Society of Hematology
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Re: User Admin Group

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Hello dworth,

I screen applicants for the User Admin Group of Community. You've completed all the steps towards joining, all I have to do on the back-end is verify that you are an SAP Concur Administrator and are therefore able to join. 
I haven't seen your request come through my queue before, however, I do see it with your application today and will verify your status.

Whenever an applicant isn't applicable to the group, we send them a message explaining why and what the process to resolution may be - we never would leave you hanging without follow-up. Apologies for any confusion or frustration!

Thank you,

Mitchell

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JessicaL
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Re: User Admin Group

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It looks correct to me... Hope to see you soon in the admin group :-)

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Jessica Lynch
Associate Accountant & Travel Manager
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Re: User Admin Group

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Hello dworth,

I screen applicants for the User Admin Group of Community. You've completed all the steps towards joining, all I have to do on the back-end is verify that you are an SAP Concur Administrator and are therefore able to join. 
I haven't seen your request come through my queue before, however, I do see it with your application today and will verify your status.

Whenever an applicant isn't applicable to the group, we send them a message explaining why and what the process to resolution may be - we never would leave you hanging without follow-up. Apologies for any confusion or frustration!

Thank you,

Mitchell