I know what it is now, I looked it up
I think you qualify, as do some others here.
Don’t worry, it’s not the first time we tried to get HDRock to join the team. They’ll let us know if they ever change their mind.
I had to look up the word Maven … and found that:
Coming from the Hebrew word Hebrew מבֿין (mevin), maven can have two definitions. In common contexts means “expert” as in language maven William Safire. However, in sarcastic settings, it is used as “know-it-all”.
I considering you all “experts” and not “know-it-alls!”
I’m not being sarcastic! I’m joking!
-laughs- It’s a thin line indeed.
The unity of great minds
Congratulations to all of you.
The know-it-all meaning is much less prevalent in common usage. Maven also generally carries a context of helpful expert. As in “a Maven is a Mensch who knows stuff”.
More CS coverage will certainly speed up the support process… Great idea !!!
Just to be clear, forum Mavens and Moderators are volunteers and not Wyze employees. The forum is primarily a user-to-user community. Official support is provided only via the Support link, top right on this page.
But we’re also working on adding more CS team members.
But - There is @WyzeGwendolyn and occasionally the Wyze staff pokes some info in here.
Keep up the good work Gwendolyn, you’re one of the steadfast members of the support team that make Wyze the great company that it is
Aww… Thanks, gemniii and Big_monkey! I appreciate your kindness!
I searched the web for “wise man” emojis and got the usual cliches. Oddly, searching “wise woman”, there were no cliches at all
I propose these:
Decidedly not cliches and so much the better.
That’s odd, when I searched for Wise Man I kept coming up with my picture. When I changed it to Wise Guy I got 50/50 Al Capone and Loki!