How well do think you know Meraki? Each week for the next 3 weeks we will be releasing a Meraki Madness trivia challenge. If you complete one round, you make it onto the next. The first 100 to reach the final round will receive a Meraki Mouse bobblehead!
Are you up for the challenge?
[ROUND 1 CLOSED]
[ROUND 2 CLOSED]
[ROUND 3 CLOSED]
Update: Round 3 is now closed and we have our Meraki MVPs! Congratulations to those who made it all the way to the very end! You should have received an email to confirm your shipping information.
Thank you all for playing! Hope you all enjoyed the challenge. If you have any feedback or questions, please feel free to let me know!
Until next time, thanks again!
This condition is a real bummer:
"Participants must be (i) legal residents in the United States"
You will probably get away with it. A recent survey discovered that most American believe that NZ is somewhere in Europe. You can put your hand on your heart and swear that isn't true.
@CarolineS, hopefully better than the gnome! He still doesn't trust him.
This probably wont work @jdsilva, but an apostrophe can be encoded as %27 in a URL, and this is a web form.
So try substituting %27 for the apostrophe.
@DeannaS I have just promoted your competition on LinkedIn. Hopefully this will get a few more people entering.
Anyone else is welcome to share the post to promote the competition further.
Can't wait for round Two! 3/3
@PhilipDAth Son of a... I can't believe I've never thought of that. In all the years that I've had to deal with my workplace ALWAYS using the apostrophe in my last name in my email address...
Bad news though here. The form still doesn't take it. Great suggestion though!
Hi @jdsilva – apologies about that! I've looked through typeform (the tool we used for the challenge) and cant find any documentation about accepting emails with apostrophes. Is there another email you could use?
@jdsilva sorry about that. I thought it had a low chance, but worth a try.
Time to ask work to add an email alias to your account without that apostrophe.
As somebody with a name that too many sites can't handle -
I have had to develop techniques (based upon the reality that upper and lower case do/don't work in the beerosphere.
So - RobinStClair@HitMeBabyWithYourRhythmStick.com
it kinda works