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Social Media Channels and Apps for Cisco Support Community


You can connect with Cisco Support Community on Facebook via our Facebook page. With regular updates on our Facebook page, you'll receive important tid bits about various technologies, tips and tricks, troubleshooting techniques, contests, quizes, polls and more. Our goal is  to give you all the information and help resolve your issues so that you can spend your valuable time in creating innovative products and solutions for your businesses rather than hunting for information on the wide open web.

Facebook Forum : Each month we organize a live chat on a particular topic and bring in a Cisco expert. You'll get to learn more about the subject and ask questions directly to the expert. To find all the previous FB forums, check this link.

Friday Tech Trivia: We ran a ten week program where we challenged you with 5 questions. If you got all questions right, you made it to the elite chart and if you turned lucky you even won a prize in the random draw.

Join us on Facebook Page and like us to receive frequent updates and get notified of giveaways.


Use our Facebook app to post your technical questions to Cisco Support Community or simply reply to others questions. Here is one more way to stay connected with Cisco Support Community from your Facebook platform. When you post a question via the facebook app, it gets posted on CSC as well. So, now you can tap into the power of your social network and the expertise in CSC at the same time. As we have noticed, this results in quicker responses and resolutions.

Add Cisco Support App to your Facebook profile now.

You can also watch a video to see how the app works. 

Twitter's 140 characters has proven moren than enough space to share vital information and updates with you. We tweet multiple times a day to keep you up-to-date with news and info you can use. It's one of the ways you can discover some hidden gems in our community and on

Follow us on Twitter at @cisco_support


With more than 100 technical videos on this channel and new video being uploaded every week, you should become a subscriber if you are not already. We identify common problems that users have, prepare a video on how to resolve them and upload it on our channel here. Videos are easier than reading through lengthy texts for some and we recognize that need.

So, visit our YouTube channel and subscribe today.


Our LinkedIn network is growing fast. If you are not a member of this group, you should consider becoming one. You will meet like minded people on this community who may be able to help you resolve your issues or help you break barriers in new areas. As LinkedIn opens up its group and makes more apis available, we are taking advantage of them to bring you more features.

Connect with us on LinkedIn today.