With the merge of the Cisco Support Community and Cisco Communities, we have simplified and streamlined the English Structure to make it easier to find the categories and boards for the different technologies and pillars of the site.
Since some communities (also known as categories and boards) were new, others were removed, and few more were merged and renamed, your current subscriptions might not work and we highly recommend to re-subscribe. Especially if you were subscribed to a board that merged since the original board is no longer in the system.
In addition, labels are being used extensively within our boards in order to categorize the content and help you find topics easily.
Note that the local language communities in Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese and Russian stayed the same, except for the change of the name from Support Community to Cisco Community in the local language.
Please note that categories and boards For Developers are located under the Technology and Support pillar. You'll notice a more streamlined organization of the categories and boards in this area. Make use of the labels provided.
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