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 Starting an internal Allegro User Group 

Last post Wed, Oct 16 2013 6:22 AM by Boma. 1 replies.
Started by RTMORA2 11 Oct 2013 09:43 AM. Topic has 1 replies and 2222 views
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    • RTMORA2
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    Starting an internal Allegro User Group Reply

    I work for a company that has many Allegro design groups around the country. Has anyone started a user group within the company to support and share ideas specific to the company?  Possibly setting up a SharePoint side so that information is organized and captured. Users could get notified by email when new posts are added.  I realize this would require someone to manage the group. Could be good or bad (time consuming), or  maybe just a simple email group.  Any advice or ideas are welcome.

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  • Wed, Oct 16 2013 6:22 AM

    • Boma
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    Great Idea!  We once had an internal bulletin board system that I created years ago that worked fine for a while.  One problem we had was how to insure that the info was current.  We found that with new releases of software our internal processes would change and we had scattered old process references on the bulletin board that was starting to confuse people.  I think if you fix that issue without too much time being spent on it, it could work.  I liked the auto emails when something new was added or updated.  It was an easy way to keep people informed on new processes and tool features.  We even posted how-to videos that we created.

    Good luck!

    Boma 

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