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We are pleased to inform you that the Agilent Community has undergone some recent changes.  We are confident that these new features will significantly enhance our customers’ user experience.


  • The registration process has been streamlined, allowing users to create an account more quickly and with greater ease.  This included reducing the required registration fields as well as expediting the approval process.


  • Our redesigned home page presents the community content more clearly, including graphical calls to action for the various areas that are available.


  • Starting October 1st, 2017, we are opening up the community so that all the existing posting areas will be viewable without a login, allowing users to find community content directly from the home page. This will also expose helpful content contained in the Agilent Community to external search engines such as Google. 


To respect privacy, all user accounts only show the community username to visitors who are not logged in.  More details about privacy settings can be viewed in our community privacy document.


If you have any questions or concerns with these changes feel free to email our community admin team at or make a post to our Feedback area. Thank you for being a part of the Agilent Community.


About the Agilent Community

Posted by agilent Employee Dec 1, 2015

Agilent Community: Get answers. Share insights. Build connections.






Collaborate - Ask and answer questions
Connect - Interact with other Agilent users
Discover - Find relevant discussions, documents, and videos
Share - Contribute your insights



The Agilent Community is the best place to collaborate with others about applications, discuss Agilent products, and find in-depth documents and videos relevant to Agilent technologies. Members of this community have a genuine interest in Agilent products, keeping conversations relevant to you. Currently the community is focused on certain technologies (GC, GC/MS, LC, LC/MS, software, consumables, and sample preparation), and certain application areas.



The Agilent Community helps develop and maintain professional relationships among colleagues, both outside and inside Agilent, by providing mutual support. Think of the Community like a scientific conference or a similar gathering, where professionals gather and discuss their work, both seeking and providing help. Conversations begun at a conference, on a site visit, or on a support call, may be carried on here, where they may be illustrated, annotated, supplemented, and shared for others' benefit.



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The Agilent Community is organized with a relatively flat structure, containing areas that are visible to the public.










Registration process: How to create an account for the Agilent Community



Questions? Contact the Community Manager at