5 tips for keeping up with Dreamforce (whether you are there in person or not)
There are lots of ways to participate and learn from Dreamforce both as a registered attendee or as a Salesforce user sitting at your desk at work. To keep up with everything at Dreamforce this year as it happens, check out these 5 recommendations:
If you are a registered attendee of Dreamforce, be sure to:
There are two groups in the Salesforce Success Community just for Foundation customers. They are private groups limited to registered attendees from nonprofit organizations and higher ed institutions. If you are registered for Dreamforce, you can request to join here:
Nonprofits at Dreamforce
Higher Ed at Dreamforce
You will also want to be sure to download the Dreamforce App so that you can access the groups via your mobile device.
For attendees or those of you who will be “watching” from home this year:
2. View top content via Salesforce LIVE
If you are not able to attend Dreamforce this year, then Salesforce LIVE is your front row seat to watch some of the top keynotes and session from the event. You will also see content unique to the LIVE show – including interviews and special content from the Foundation – all LIVE via a web browser. You can take a look at this year’s line-up here: http://www.slideshare.net/Salesforce/dreamforce-2014-salesforcelive-agenda and you will be able to access the live stream without registration at: http://www.salesforce.com/live. The page will be live closer to 10/13/14.
A few weeks after the conference, many breakout sessions and keynotes will be available on the Dreamforce YouTube channel.
3. Post or follow along on Twitter
Twitter is another great way to keep up with events and trending topics at Dreamforce. Follow @SFDCFoundation and @Dreamforce to see official posts from the Foundation and Salesforce in your feed. To view posts about the conference, you can follow the hashtag #DF14.
Finally, be sure to post and follow our industry specific hashtags:
4. Post or follow along on Instagram
For those of you who want to experience Dreamforce visually, be sure to follow Dreamforce and the Foundation on Instagram or post and mention @salesforcefoundation or use the hashtag #DF14.
5. Continue your conversations in the Power of Us HUB
Finally, if you want to continue the conversations and connections you started at Dreamforce or keep up on some of the top content, consider posting or following along in the Power of Us HUB – the online community for Salesforce.org customers.
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