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Help shape the Microsoft Ignite event

When we announced Microsoft Ignite last month, we told you it will bring together the best of our past events for Exchange, SharePoint, Lync and Project—and then take it to the next level, based on what our customers and partners have asked for.

Now we are asking for your feedback so we can deliver on that promise. What do you want to see at Microsoft Ignite? Help us provide you with better content by taking this quick online anonymous survey on the sessions you want to see; Call for Topics.

We’re holding a series of TweetJams on Twitter so we can hear more about what you want to see at the event. To participate, log in to Twitter at one of the times below, follow the corresponding product handle and tweet using the hashtag #ignitejam.

Date Products Hashtag Add to calendar
Monday, November. 24th 9 a.m. PT @SharePoint @yammer #ignitejam ical link
Tuesday, December 2nd 9 a.m. PT @MSFTExchange #ignitejam ical link
Wednesday, December. 3rd 3 p.m. PT @Office 365_tech #ignitejam ical link
Tuesday, December 9th 9 a.m. PT @Project #ignitejam ical link
Tuesday, January 6th 9 a.m. PT @OfficeDev #ignitejam ical link

Here are general questions we’d like your feedback on during the TweetJam. Have other questions you think we should ask? Tweet them to @office365_tech.

  1. What’s one thing you’ve loved in a past event that you’d like to see included in Microsoft Ignite?
  2. How can we help showcase your community at Microsoft Ignite?
  3. What is your preferred way to engage with our engineering teams at the event?
  4. What specific sessions do you want to see?
  5. What have you seen done at ANY event you’ve attended, Microsoft or other, that we should consider doing at Microsoft Ignite?
  6. How interested are you in learning about other Microsoft products, such as Azure and Windows 10?
  7. What’s one “can’t miss” thing to do in Chicago?
  8. As you know from past events, we throw a great party for attendees. What do you value in a party? Great band? Cool venue? Loud or quiet? 

If you haven’t already, register now for Microsoft Ignite. Early bird discount expires on December 11th.

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