Upcoming AMAs for Windows Analytics and Microsoft Edge

We’ve now hosted several Ask Microsoft Anything (AMA) events so that our engineers and product experts could answer your questions about what’s new in the latest Windows 10 releases and get help with deploying and managing Windows 10. You’ve told us that you find these AMAs valuable so I’m happy to announce that we will continue with our AMAs in 2018—focusing on new topics, but also revisiting topics like deployment and security as we know new questions may arise in these areas over time.

In this post, I’m sharing details about our next two upcoming AMAs.

Windows Analytics AMA: Tuesday, January 16th

Join us from 9:00-10:00 a.m. Pacific Time in the brand new Windows Analytics AMA space to get answers and share your feedback about Windows Analytics Upgrade Readiness, Update Compliance, Device Health, and the future roadmap for Windows Analytics.


Can’t attend at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time? No problem! We'll leave the space open for new questions all day and our experts will do a second round of answers from 4:00-5:00 p.m. Pacific Time. We’ll also be scheduling AMAs for Windows Analytics quarterly so, as you get more familiar with these solutions, there will be an avenue for you to ask any new questions you may have.

Microsoft Edge AMA: Tuesday, January 30th

Our inaugural Microsoft Edge AMA will take place at the end of this month from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time in the new Microsoft Edge AMA space. The Microsoft Edge community is new to the Microsoft Tech Community family. Join the community if you’d like to engage in conversations about using Microsoft Edge in your organization and track the general Microsoft Edge space for now. We’ll be adding new topic spaces in the coming months.


Suggest topics for future AMAs

Have an idea for a future AMA topic? Email us at winpro@microsoft.com with your idea and the types of questions you would have. We’ll start lining up the right people to make it happen.


Continue the conversation. Find best practices. Visit the Windows 10 Tech Community.

Looking for support? Visit the Windows 10 IT pro forums.


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