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What's New in Release 4.7.0!

October 6, 2020 12:00 PM PT/3:00 PM ET
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“New tools to make critical conversations even easier”

As the weirdest year in recent memory marches on and we all work to build a “new normal,” gathering feedback before you make important decisions is critical. At Thoughtexchange we’re lucky to be able to help leaders create the space to have important conversations and we’re working to make that even easier with our newest software update (version 4.7.0).

You’re invited to join us for this live virtual tour and first look at these exciting new Thoughtexchange features:

  • Slides - an auto-generated presentation to summarize your results
  • Labels for Differences Groups - to help you understand where there’s disagreement and what polarized groups have in common.
  • Expanded Language Capabilities for Presenter Mode

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Shelly Bezanson

Director of Release
Thoughtexchange
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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Steve Kux

Customer Support Coordinator
Thoughtexchange

Steve is a research and communications professional with experience engaging audiences, both large and small, in conversations and coordinated action. He specializes in turning raw data into understandable and informative results. Steve has worked on major research and community engagement projects with stakeholders in the public, private and non-profit sectors and has worked with both community members and decision-makers to turn passionate participation into meaningful outcomes. When he’s not promoting community engagement, Steve can usually be found running through the woods with his wife and dog or attached to a rope and half-frozen on the side of a mountain somewhere.

 
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