The PeopleTools blog has a new home!

March 24, 2022 | 2 minute read
Sasank Vemana
Director, PeopleTools Product Management
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We are fortunate to have a large following for our PeopleTools blog content over the years. Previously, the PeopleTools (PeopleSoft Technology) blog was a separate entity and was located here:

The big news is that we have moved! We have a new home under the PeopleSoft blog which is located here:

Don’t worry. It is still the same awesome PeopleTools technology content from the PeopleTools Strategy and Development team members that you love! Just presented to you from a different location. 😊

With this move, we will provide a single place for you (our community members) to get all your news and information to ensure your investment in PeopleSoft continues to power your organization to success.

Let’s take a tour of our new home! You will find all the same technical content under the PeopleTools and Technology category.


PeopleTools and Technology category in the PeopleSoft blog

You will find a new tray on the homepage dedicated to the PeopleTools and Technology category.


PeopleTools and Technology tray in the PeopleSoft blog homepage

You can also see all the posts in the category as shown below.


See all posts in the PeopleTools and Technology category

If you are a PeopleTools technology enthusiast, we recommend that you check out the following three categories.

  1. PeopleTools and Technology:
  2. Cloud:
  3. Image and Release Updates:

While you are visiting us, we welcome you to take a peek at other great application and strategy posts available in the PeopleSoft blog. Enjoy!

P.S.: Soon you will be able to subscribe to specific blog categories using RSS feeds. Stay tuned for an update on that!

Sasank Vemana

Director, PeopleTools Product Management

Oracle/PeopleSoft Enthusiast, Developer, Architect, Strategist, Advocate

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