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Your ultimate guide to Slack Frontiers Asia Pacific and Europe

Make sure that you’re all set to plan your best event experience on 18th and 19th May by reviewing this comprehensive instructional guide

By the team at Slack11th May 2021

With Slack Frontiers Asia Pacific and Slack Frontiers Europe just around the corner, it’s time to get prepared. There’s so much to learn and do at each event, so we put together some information to help you get the most out of your experience.

Make sure that you watch our short video below detailing what you need to know to get ready. Plus, take a look at our handy guide to Slack Frontiers Asia Pacific and guide to Slack Frontiers Europe to see everything that you can build your day around as an attendee. You’ll also learn how to select sessions to view and attend, how to build your own agenda and how to connect with other event attendees – all online on 18th and 19th May.

Create your own event

At Slack Frontiers, you decide how and when to participate. Kick off your day by tuning in live to watch inspiring keynote speakers, including Slack leadership and customers, as they address the future of work. Then pick and choose how to spend your day so that you can get equipped with the tools and knowledge that you need to thrive in a hybrid work environment.

Go all-in on live, interactive experiences, consume content on your own time or curate a mix of both. You don’t want to miss out on:

  • More than 15 breakout sessions tailored to your role, goals and big plans
  • On-demand videos, demos and guides for all skill levels to help you get more out of Slack
  • Opportunities to meet peers and engage with leaders in your field
  • Exclusive product demos, downloads and more from our partners

And don’t forget to stick around for our closing keynote, featuring tennis champion, fashion designer and all-round business maven Venus Williams. Learn how one of the most accomplished and inspiring women in the history of sports forged a successful career while advocating for equality.

Join the conversation and community

Access to the Slack Frontiers virtual event platform is open from 13th May. The event platform is where you’ll dive into all the event’s available experiences, including sessions and keynotes, demos, community-building, the virtual photo booth and more.

You’ll log in with a unique code that will be emailed to you on 13th May with the subject line ‘Access is OPEN’. Then you can:

  • Set up your attendee profile
  • Browse the full agenda so that you can select sessions and demos to add to your customised schedule
  • Sign up for small group discussions to share best practices and expertise, or create your own conversation in one-to-one or small group video chats via Braindate – download our Braindate guide to learn more
  • Take a look at our library of on-demand content and download resources

From the event platform, you can then log in to the exclusive attendees-only Slack Frontiers workspace to connect with peers before, during and after the event.

Frontiers tour intros

When you first log in, make sure that you create your profile and introduce yourself in the #intros Slack channel. Then you can:

  • View a programme overview in #welcome
  • Take a look at information on event logistics, Slack product news and more in #announcements
  • Share best practices, challenges and insights for adapting to a hybrid work environment in #think-tank
  • Join live ‘ask me anything’ sessions, featuring various customers and experts, to get answers to all your Slack platform questions

Need more time or want to revisit specific event content? You can come back to the Slack Frontiers workspace and virtual event platform for up to 30 days after the event to continue your experience.

Need help?

You can find support for the virtual event space in the ‘Need help?’ section of the platform. You can also consult the #helpdesk channel in the Slack Frontiers workspace for questions about Slack. For registration questions and support, or to get general programme information, you can email frontiers@slack-corp.com.

Your registration supports a good cause

Did you know that when you register for Slack Frontiers, you’re helping others? For every registration, Slack will make a donation to UNICEF India’s drive to help those affected by Covid-19.

Find the event in your region below, and register for free today to stay up to date. And join the conversation on social media using #SlackFrontiers!

Slack Frontiers Asia Pacific: 18th May, 13:00 to 17:00 AEST

Frontiers APAC promo

Who should attend?

Anyone living in the Asia Pacific region who’s interested in learning about Slack and how it can help to make your working life simpler, more pleasant and more productive.

How do I register?

Register for free here to save your spot!

What’s being covered?

Take a look at our agenda here and stay tuned for updates.

Which languages will be represented at the event?

All parts of the event will take place in English.

Slack Frontiers Europe: 19th May, 09:00 to 13:00 BST

Frontiers EMEA promo

Who should attend?

Anyone living in Europe who’s interested in learning about Slack and how it can help to make your working life simpler, more pleasant and more productive.

How do I register?

Register for free here to save your spot!

What’s being covered?

Take a look at our agenda here and stay tuned for updates.

Which languages will be represented at the event?

All parts of the event will take place in English, with subtitles and translations available in German and French. Some content will also be interpreted in German and French.

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