Upcoming uPerform Webinars

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The uPerform team is excited to launch our upcoming webinar schedule. We’ve got a great lineup and are looking forward to having you join us. Whether you’re new to uPerform or a resident expert we’ve got a session for you. Our first session will be February 14, full topic details below.

Topic: Power up your uPerform content
Date: February 14, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM Eastern US

Register now!

Looking for tips to create content faster using uPerform? Need a refresher on simulation or document editing? Join us for our virtual roundtable on Thursday, February 14th at 11:00 AM ET.

Topics we’ll cover:

  • Create custom notes
  • Apply the power of sections and blocks
  • Use text to speech
  • Automate common editing by altering phrases
  • Use masks in images
  • Separate images for print

Greg LaPalomento, our expert Strategic Software Consultant, will walk through content creation best practices, followed by a roundtable for questions and collaboration.

You can register for this session here. Not able to make it? Register anyway and we'll send a link to the recording.

Upcoming Sessions

Topic: Content curation with uPerform
Date:  Thursday, March 14, 2018

Topic: Delivering learning content within the application at the time of need 
Date: Thursday, April 18, 2018
 

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    Chandra Mullineaux

    A new webinar schedule has been posted. You can register for our Power up Your uPerform Content session now!

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    Karen Bowden

    Hi, Chandra. Where is the schedule posted? There's no link above. Thanks!

    Nevermind. The link took me to the end of the comments instead of the top where the webinar info is located!

    Edited by Karen Bowden
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    Chandra Mullineaux

    Hi Karen,

    It's in this article we are commenting on: https://support.ancile.com/hc/en-us/articles/201668474

    There is quite a long history of comments in here so I should probably clean them up to make it easier to see the actual article!

    Thanks,

    Chandra