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Presentations from PLM World 2017

Hi

 

Will presentations from PLM World 2017 be upload in the same way as all previous years? When I checked the 2017 folder today it was empty.

 

Jörgen

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Re: Presentations from PLM World 2017

They are there today.

Note you MUST log in with your PLMworld account.

So either you experienced a "glitch" or you didn't log in?

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Re: Presentations from PLM World 2017

Hi Jörgen,

 

Please let me know if you have trouble accessing the presentations after you login.

 

Thank you.

 

Erin Wander

PLM World

Community Engagement Strategist

Re: Presentations from PLM World 2017

Hi

 

I have made a login and can see the other years presentations.

This is how it looks when I select 2017 and it replies that there are no topics.

 

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Re: Presentations from PLM World 2017

Please try this link http://www.plmworld.org/p/do/sc/catid=55

 

Let me know if this still doesn't work.

 

Thanks.

 

Erin

 

 

Re: Presentations from PLM World 2017

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Please try this link http://www.plmworld.org/p/do/sc/catid=55

 Let me know if this still doesn't work. 


Hi @Ewand,

Link shows "No Topics" as mentioned by @jormah.

 

 

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Re: Presentations from PLM World 2017

Hi

 

The link you provided show a message "No Topics".

 

Jörgen

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Re: Presentations from PLM World 2017

 Jörgen,

 

I apologize for any confusion. Did you attend Siemens PLM Connection - Americas this year? If not, the 2017 presentations are not available to non-attendees until next year.

 

Thanks.

 

Erin

Re: Presentations from PLM World 2017

Hi

Aha, that explains it. No I didn't attend this year. So I need to wait some months then :-).
Thanks for the clarification!

Jörgen