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What's New in Release 4.6.4!

Dec 18, 2019 10:00 AM PT
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"Giving the gift of Thoughtexchange with great new features."

Songs ringing out and houses brightening up our streets can mean only one thing... the holidays are on their way! We’re celebrating by giving the gift of Thoughtexchange, with tons of great new features in Version 4.6.4 . Join us for this virtual event to help unwrap these goodies and learn how to use them.

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Shelly Benzanson

Director of Release

Director of Release Shelly has held several different roles throughout her career in IT, including software developer, analyst and manager. She is happy to have found the perfect career opportunity for her techie-background and Computer Science Degree, while leveraging her passion for analysis and training. Shelly loves all things outdoorsy, from hiking and backcountry camping, to skiing and running.

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Shonagh MacRae

Product Feature Owner

Shonagh describes herself as continually curious about people. This curiosity led her to a Master’s in Organizational Psychology where she learned a whole lot about how humans interact in groups and how to support them. Shonagh has also spent a lot of time in her community supporting at-risk populations. This work further honed her ability to connect with a broad range of personalities. When she’s not working with Thoughtexchange, Shonagh is most often found out in the garden with her hands in the soil.

 
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