I hope your week is starting off well! A number of folks have graduations to attend and the weather here in Detroit, Michigan has turned from budding flowers to backyard grilling. I can’t wait to get my tan back!
We’re starting a new weekly post to roundup the latest content, upcoming events, top liked authors, and trending discussions. Here’s a quick recap of what our Community team has been working on:
Our team is working on providing a Feedback button on the side of the Community page for users to easily access a page to let us know about any issues or ideas you have about the Community. The feedback board is up and can be accessed here.
Our team is working on the Netskope Fan Club group. If you would like to be invited, please check out The Netskope Fan Club post for a $25 gift card and a chance at an Atari Lego set!
Along with the Netskope Fan Club (which helps users dip their toe into advocacy), we are working with our Advocacy team to move the most engaged users into a more advanced advocacy program. We’re searching for a name for this elite group of advocates. If you have any ideas on what you’d like to be called, instead of a Netskope Champion or MVP, please use the feedback board to give us your ideas.
In this post we share the global schedule for the first half of 2023. When you click any link in the schedule table, it will take you to the community event page, where you can either register for the upcoming event, or access the RECORDINGS OF PAST EVENTS.
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Wow, that's a lot to take in in one go 😊 ... so much going on. I can inform you that sun baths have also started here in UK too. BBQnA since a couple of months also. I come from Greece, but here in UK I feel that any temperature over 20° degrees Celcius (~70 F) is not needed 😄 Happy Summer!