While Microsoft Build had much in store for Windows developers and enthusiasts, we know that many of you are focused on the now vs. what's next. That's why we've organized another edition of Windows Tech Community Live next Wednesday, May 31st—to make sure you have what you need to continue your Windows 11 or app migration projects and to help you support secure, productive, accessible experiences for everyone in your organization.
Tech Community Live: Windows edition – May 31, 2023
This edition of Tech Community Live features four back-to-back Ask Microsoft Anything (AMA) sessions. Here's what's on deck. Click the title for more details!
No registration necessary
Participating in Tech Community Live is easy. Log in to the Tech Community (signing up for an account if you don't have one already), then visit the page for the AMA you are interested in. There you'll see the ability to add the event to your calendar, RSVP (to receive event reminders), and—most importantly—post your questions!
Screenshot of the Comments interface on a Tech Community event page
No call to join
Our AMAs are streamed live here on the Tech Community as well as on YouTube and Twitter. Simply pull up the event page, watch, post, and learn! Not able to attend live? You can post your questions in advance. In fact, we encourage that as it gives our panelists something to start chewing on as they kick off their sessions. Organizational policies blocking your ability to watch the live stream? Pull it up on your phone or watch it on a personal device live or later on. Need captions? While YouTube offers live captioning, we'll produce real, human-generated captions within 72 hours of the event, including text-based transcripts, so you have an accurate recap of the questions and answers presented.
What are you waiting for?
Join us next Wednesday, May 31st for Tech Community Live: Windows edition! I'll be hosting the Windows 11 Accessibility AMA – and monitoring the others – so I hope to see you there!
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