Last week (April 16th) we hosted our very first webinar. Our colleague, Steve Archer, demonstrated in less than half an hour how growers and consultants can analyse, share and discuss the cultivation strategy and crop level data through our platform. Missed it? No problem. Scroll down and check out the full broadcast on our YouTube channel.
Due to the success of this setup and questions we got from the attendees, we’ve decided to organise more online events starting with Thursday 30 April.
This webinar focuses on the feed, placing comments (@mentions etc.) and adding photos. Stay up to date on your colleague’s work, share knowledge and create an interactive record of your past crop strategy with a feed of comments and images. The subjects will be discussed based on real-life examples.
These are the subjects we’ll be covering:
Inviting team members & appointing roles
How the feed works
Placing comments and visuals
Sharing dashboards and data
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