Sep 25 2023 12:28 PM
Sep 25 2023 12:28 PM
Thank you for your patience with the MD-102 and MS-102 beta rescore process. Although the exams have been rescored and they are appearing in your Learn profiles, we have encountered a few more unexpected issues related to the system upgrades that delayed the rescores in the first place.
If you took the beta exam prior to June 30, you see two results in your profile: a failed result that reflects an error in our system that misidentified ungraded exams as "fail" and your "real" result. We are working on a solution to remove the incorrect record. This should be resolved by September 26 (I'm in Pacific time zone).
If you passed the beta exam and should have earned a certification as a result, unfortunately, you're not able to access the certification. We have identified the root cause and are discussing options to resolve as quickly as possible. I will have an update regarding this on or before Wednesday.
I sincerely apologize for the continued challenges that we are having in getting the results of this beta exam processed correctly. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our support team (https://aka.ms/mcpforum) as I am unable to assist (I don't have access to the tools to investigate or resolve your issues).
Sep 27 2023 03:52 PM
Oct 04 2023 01:31 AM
@Liberty Munson Hi Liberty - just want to start by saying a massive thanks to the team for resolving the issue around missing certifications. As I’m sure many others can, I can now see my certification.
I haven’t earned a credential since February this year but it seems that the process of sharing certifications has taken a hit in the time up to now. I’m not sure if this is fallout from the separation from Credly or whether something different altogether, but when I now attempt to share my certification straight to my LinkedIn feed from MS Learn it doesn’t seem to work.
Further to this, when I add my credential to my LinkedIn profile and ask someone to verify my badge (something that works fine with my Credly badges), they are just presented with a HTML page.
My other minor comment is that the move away from Credly means that badges are no longer shown in the post to social media sites. While not a functional issue, it does detract from the importance of posting to sites such as LinkedIn as connections can no longer see at a glance what a candidate has been certified for.
I would greatly appreciate if you could offer some clarification as to whether any of the above is by design and if not, is it something the team are looking to rectify.
Oct 04 2023 06:23 AM
Oct 05 2023 08:42 AM
@Liberty Munson just so you are aware looks like the team that allows us to share our certifications needs to do some work, it just showing us HTML so essentially we are unable to share our certificate. This definitely appears to be related to the other issues we been facing as it is everyone who took the beta that is facing this issue Please see attached.
Oct 05 2023 08:57 AM
Oct 10 2023 09:52 AM
@AndyB1983 Hi all, it looks like this has now been resolved by the dev team. I can now successfully verify my certification so I’d suggest you give it another try