Three steps to start your Navigate Virtual Adventure
SailPoint’s first virtual conference is around the corner. We are thrilled to host you in the next few days, but in the meantime, we want to give you a lay of the land ahead of the event. Virtual conferences are new territory for a lot of us. We chose a platform that is user friendly and easy to manage, but a few instructions never hurt.
At this year’s Navigate Virtual, Navigators will be able to do the following: watch keynotes, attend breakout sessions, participate in Q&As, download whitepapers and eBooks, and network in a Navigate Slack channel.
It sounds just like a regular conference, right? The beauty of being virtual is that the content will be available for up to 90 days after Thursday, Aug. 27. You can watch as much as you want, on your time. Additionally, the other bright side is our ready-to-go resources. While you’re watching the breakout, check out the resource guide for that particular session (located on the same page). You can have even more information at your fingertips.
For the day of the conference, this Thursday, here are three steps to start your Navigate Virtual adventure.
First step, register. If you haven’t already registered, do that here. Once you register, you will automatically be signed in to the homepage (the “register now” button turns into a “watch now” button on August 27). We will send you an email reminder too!
Peruse the Sessions
Second step, browsing. After the keynotes starting at 9 a.m., all sessions instantly become available and you have free reign to pick and choose your day. Look around and pick the sessions you’re most interested in. You can see the sessions here. Once you’ve selected your sessions, add them to your calendar.
You’ll also discover the Q&A and resource boxes on the same page as the session. See an example below.
Final step, have fun. Engage with fellow conference-goers. Submit questions to the speakers via the Q&A feature, and they’ll reply via email, OR, engage LIVE via Slack, which will be integrated into our virtual Navigate environment.
We look forward to connecting with all of you on Slack, in the Q&A and beyond.