The theme last week in our Global HCL Connections Super Users/Ambassador was “Collaboration in a broader sense. What challenges do you encounter using HCL Connections in conjunction with other collaboration tools?“. There were some interesting perspectives on this but what also evolved was that the conversation shifted towards a new topic:
“What is HCL Connections actually meant to be used for?”
So that’s a theme we would like to explore further during our next meeting! And to kick off the discussion we found Stuart McIntyre willing to start it off. Join us and join in!
The meetup will be on April 1st (and no, that’s no joke!) at 16:00 CEST/GMT+2 and is open to all. Scan the QR code below to add the meeting to your agenda or add it manually. The Meeting ID is: https://ht-group.zoom.us/j/95794941629
For whom is this call?
The Global Ambassador / Super User call started as an initiative by Joerg Rafflenbeul and Femke Goedhart to bring together people who within their own organizations are (or consider themselves) advocates, super users or ambassadors for the HCL Connections platform. To discuss and exchange information around the platform and challenges encountered while getting it to be adopted by your organizations. It is open to all who are interested, work with it or are interested in the user enablement/adoption topic. Meetings take place once every 3-4 weeks via an online meeting.
Got a story to share? We always like to kick off our calls with a 5 min intro by one of the participants explaining about their situation and challenges. So reach out to one of us if you would like to do that in one of our next meetings!
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Darned! I messed up my calendar. Realised too late that this was today and can’t join.
Hoping to join next time instead.
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