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Because e-Spirit is dedicated to customer satisfaction, we're introducing a new customer-focused webinar series called "First Tuesdays".
First Tuesdays are live how-to and ask-the-expert webinars that happen on you guessed it -- the first Tuesday of every month.
These monthly events are designed to offer customers additional ways to master FirstSpirit -- at no cost to you.
During each webinar, we'll demo features, teach best practices, and give you the opportunity to ask how-to questions or troubleshoot any issues you might be experiencing.
Each webinar will be recorded and posted to our Community site so you can refer back to them as you see fit.
Please find an overview regarding all events below:
Content-as-a-Service (CaaS)Slides: First Tuesday Feb. 2017 slide deck (Content-as-a-Service)Video: 2017-02-FirstTuesday-CaaS.mp4
Slides: First Tuesday March 2017 slide deck (Personalization)
Slides: First Tuesday April 2017 slide deck (Multi-Side-Management)
Video: 2017-04-FirstTuesday-MultisiteManagement.mp4 - Google Drive
Content & Commerce
Slides: <will be available soon>
Video: <will be available soon>
I can see the dates of the upcoming webinars, but at what time do they start?
it is always at 2pm (EST time zone).
Am I assuming correctly, that actually CE[S]T (Central European [Summer] Time) is meant instead of EST (Eastern Standard Time -> North America)?
EST is correct. These events are driven by the e-Spirit US team and we are using this time to cover the west coast and the east cost of the USA at a convenient time.
Every event will be recorded to make it available to the European customers, too.
do the "First Tuesdays" no longer take place or why haven't there been any updates since June last year?
Thanks in advance!
You are right. At the moment there are no "First Tuesday" events.
The reason is that (more or less) no one showed up at the end anymore.
Would you be interested in these sessions?
If we'll find enough people that like to participate I'm happy to talk about starting over again.