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    Watch videos to learn how Slack is used for SPIE events

    Below are some quick videos to help you prepare for a SPIE event, using Slack to engage with presenters and colleagues. These videos will walk you through how to get started in a new event workspace, find channels and conferences, and locate a specific presentation or paper.

    Channels common to all workspaces:

       • #general - A Channel with information about the event, handy quick links, and other information.
       • #random - A place for non-work-related items you'd prefer to keep out of more focused commenting Channels.
       •
    #help - Information for attendees about getting help with Slack or any other matters. 

    Although crafted with Photonics West in mind, the overall content applies to all SPIE digital forum events. As always, if you have questions or need further assistance, please contact SPIE Customer Service customerservice@spie.org


    Watch these additional quick tutorial videos

    Each video is less than one minute long and will provide a glance at what you'll see in Slack.


    The Slack logo and links appear with every part of the event program that has commenting enabled:

     

    Desktop App or Browser? 

    Slack users can choose to run the program through a broswer, the downloaded desktop app, or the downloaded mobile app. For SPIE events, we recommend downloading and using the desktop app for the easiest use. 

    Still have questions or need further help? Contact SPIE Customer Service, customerservice@spie.org. We look forward to helping you.