Tips & Tricks to make the most of CamundaCon LIVE 2020.2

We’re just days away from CamundaCon Live 2020.2, the virtual conference dedicated to process and workflow automation. If you’re joining us this October 8 – 9, we’ve written, and recorded, this handy guide to help you make the most of this online experience and make sure you can connect to the wider Camunda Community.

Here’s what you need to know

Anything I need to do before joining CamundaCon Live?

Join us today on our exclusive CamundaCon Live Slack channel – it’s live right now. This is where you can talk to Camunda experts including Camunda engineers and consultants, who’ll be on hand to answer any questions you have during the event. Plus you’ll be able to interact with other attendees, including more than 4,000 software developers, architects and IT executives from all around the world. It’s easy to join:

Slack registration link: HERE

Slack workspace name: camundacon

How do I get into the conference this week?

It couldn’t be easier — just open your CamundaCon Live confirmation email and click the link we sent you. If you haven’t registered, you can still do it on the day.

Once on the website, simply click on ‘watch now’ next to any session you want to join and you’ll find yourself in the presentation room.

You’ll see this interactive site once CamundaCon Live 2020.2 kicks off on Oct 8

How do I ask questions during the presentations?

CamundaCon Live is all about forging connections and we’ve made it as easy as possible for you to engage with presenters and fellow attendees.

When you’re in a session, you can easily ask questions using the Q&A box, which you’ll see on the right of the live-streaming presentation. You will also see the questions other attendees have asked and you can ‘upvote’ ones most relevant to you, pushing them to the top of the pile for the presenter to answer during the 10 minute Q&A at the end of each session.

Plus, during each session you can check out our polls, to see what your fellow attendees think about various issues in tech. It’s easy to navigate to the polls – just click ‘polls’ on the top right of the Q&A box. You can navigate back to the speaker questions by clicking ‘Q&A’ on the top left of the Q&A box.

You can use the Q&A box on the right of the presentation to put your questions to the speaker — we tested this out with philosophical queries about chickens.

If you’re not registered for CamudaCon Live

This is your chance — sign up today! You need to register to access to this totally free event, plus you’ll have access after CamundaCon Live to the back-catalogue of recorded presentations.

You only have to register once – when you are logged in, you can seamlessly navigate the entire event without having to re-enter your credentials.

We cannot wait to see you later this week for CamundaCon Live!

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