Join the Conversation on the New Workspace ONE Forums on VMware Technology Network

Dec 19, 2019
Josue Fontanez

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Community Marketing Manager, End User Computing, VMware. Josue is focused on building external communities for the End-User Computing products at VMware. Prior to taking a long sabbatical and living in Europe, he led the development and launch of the Digital Workspace Tech Zone and various product marketing roles at VMware. Before VMware, he held various product marketing and product management roles at Citrix and Microsoft.

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The Workspace ONE support forums provided many of you with the opportunity to connect with your fellow peers and share your knowledge. From the forums, we’ve learned about your experiences with Workspace ONE and ways in which we can better help solve your challenges. We want to continue to do that. That’s why we’re excited to announce that the Workspace ONE forums will be moving to the VMware Technology Network in Q1 2020.

The VMware Technology Network (VMTN) has been the home of over 100 VMware product forums for over 10 years. With over 3 million enthusiasts engaging on VMTN, we knew we had to make the move to benefit from the scale. So we’re happy to see Workspace ONE will be joining the VMTN family at https://communities.vmware.com/community/vmtn/workspace.

The good news is you don’t have to wait until Q1 to start using the new Workspace ONE forum. We encourage you to start using the new forum for new discussions TODAY!

Workspace ONE Forums

 

If you haven’t previously used the VMTN forums, we encourage you to head on over to the Workspace ONE forum and log in with your My VMware credentials. Once you log in, you will then create your VMTN profile and that’s it. You are then ready to connect with your fellow peers. For additional information to help you get up to speed on VMTN, check out the VMware Community FAQ.

You may be wondering what happens to all those discussions that were on the previous forum platform. We’re working behind the scenes to migrate those discussions over to VMTN and we expect to have that done by Q1 2020.

But don’t wait until Q1. You can get started now on the new Workspace ONE forum. Join the conversation today!

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