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July Collaboration Community Webinar Scheduled!

Mike Bills


June 30, 2016 2:02 pm





Due to overwhelming response and positive feedback I am pleased to let you know that we have scheduled “Using Calendars in GroupWise – a tutorial on using calendars the way they were designed Part II”,  for Wednesday July 27 at 10am MST.

Register Now!

Have you ever wondered, what were they thinking when they designed this feature? Well now is your chance to find out. In this webinar come and learn how to use GroupWise calendars directly from the senior engineer and lead architect of calendaring in GroupWise. You we be taught how to use the GroupWise calendar the way it was designed so that you get the most out of the features.

Topics will include: Calendar item types, Calendar views, Calendar organization, Calendar sharing/publishing and more!


In April we did Part I of this webinar.   It was so popular that we didn’t have time to get through all the planned topics and a follow up was promised, and now scheduled.  If you were not able to attend Part I,  it is available online here.

This webinar is for your entire organization. Let everyone know and invite them to register.

Don’t forget we choose the topics for Collaboration Community Technical Webinar series by you telling us what you want to see. So be sure to visit the Ideas Forum for the CCTW and vote for the topics you would like to see in coming months.  Not seeing a topic you would like training on?  Add it to the list!

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