I’m often asked how to make the most of the community, given all the people, resources, and messages, so I wanted to put together a quick tutorial on this:
I update this often so it is always current and has everything you need to know about the community. It lists all the other links you need to know, as well as guidelines on where to post things in slack and our community rules. join and use the coda community hub To get access, first submit your profile . Within an hour of filling out the form, you’ll get an invite to set up a free account, which will grant you access to the coda hub. Make sure to use the same email you supplied on the form. You can learn more about the coda hub . watch the to better understand how to make slack work for you and what the other resources we have are sign-up for a with Karina browse for other slack channels you may want to add (watch to learn how to do this), and especially pay attention to that is where Tammy and Karina post things that the entire community needs to be aware of this is also where new channels, events, and updates on policies are announced also check-out the useful posts that have been pinned to this channel since they’re the one worth referring back to read the weekly newsletter to see anything you’ve missed updates from are shared, as well as a list of upcoming events top slack discussions with links are shared so it’s easy for you to chime in subscribe to our so that you’re notified of all new events and can register for those you’re interested in attending join and ask community questions This is an AI-bot Karina created to answer onboarding/logistic community questions only. For this to work, the question must end with a question mark. There is a built-in delay for about a minute but it will mention you when it responds. read member introductions and posts, respond/engage, and then continue 1-1 with those you’d like to get to know better If looking to collaborate with a member, you can use the coda hub to search for a specific fractional. Members create their own referral programs/collectives/teams as they see fit and can self-select to host local events. For local events, details need to be shared with the FrUn team so that the event is added to our calendar. reach out to Karina or Tammy in slack if you have further questions or any of the above isn’t clear.
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