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Get ready for Ask Skype – A new live event with you at the steering wheel.

by Community Manager Community Manager on ‎21-02-2014 16:03 (12,051 Views)

Today is an exciting day to be on the Skype Community, even more so than usual. Today we’re happy to announce that there’s a new live event coming your way soon – Ask Skype.


Ask Skype will give you unprecedented access to the people at the heart of Skype and an opportunity to ask them just about anything. From product managers to developers, marketing managers to business analysts, we’ll be bringing in the experts to tackle the questions which you want answered.


Each event will be themed around a hot topic from the Community. We don’t want to spoil the surprise for the premiere event though! Be sure to keep your eye on this space, where we will soon announce the topic of the inaugural Ask Skype event.


By now you must be wondering how you can get involved. Well, the good news is you’re in the right place. We will soon open a board here on the Community where you can submit your questions for the experts in advance. Or if you want to get stuck in during the live event, you can ask your question on Twitter while it’s happening.


Whether you use post-its, OneNote or fridge magnet poetry, make sure you start saving up your questions and we’ll see you soon for the first ever Ask Skype.

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