My Stroke Guide forum: webinar series

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Two people looking at laptop screen - My Stroke Guide webinar series

We want to show you around and hear your thoughts about the new format of the My Stroke Guide forum. This webinar series will cover a combination of the basic and advanced features available on the forum.

We launched the new forum at the beginning of November. It uses a new platform that is more secure and will be easier to keep updated. But we understand that some users have found this new interface difficult to use.

In order to help everyone feel comfortable with the new format, we are going to be running a series of webinars covering the basics and the more advanced features.

These webinars are also a great way for you to give us feedback on how we can improve the forum.

We will be holding these webinars via Zoom. You are welcome to attend as many as you would like. Each of these will be recorded so you can watch them afterwards if you are not able to attend.

Please sign up below:

  • Getting started with the My Stroke Guide Forum - 12pm Monday, 6 December 2021
  • Managing your user profile - 3pm Monday, 6 December 2021
  • Starting a new topic- 12pm Tuesday, 7 December 2021
  • Joining a topic- 12pm Wednesday, 8 December 2021

Webcams and microphones are not required, but you may use them if you wish.

Watching the webinars later

You can also, of course, watch any of these webinars after they have been run. Just follow any of the links below:

If you have any questions you'd like to raise before the webinar starts, please submit them on the forum.

We look forward to seeing you!

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