As you may have heard, CiviCRM is about to launch an exciting new help site on Stack Exchange, which will make getting support with CiviCRM easier and more effective.
The new site is about to launch, but the initial "beta" phase will only be available to a limited group of people. This pilot group will have unprecidented access to world's top CiviCRM experts, and it's not too late for you to join them.
Sign up now to be part of the pilot group and gain exclusive access to the best free CiviCRM help on the planet.
Are there any strings attached? Am I going to have to take a survey or something?
Nope, no strings, we just want people to ask questions in the new help site to get the ball rolling before it's open to the general public.
What if my questions aren't good enough?
There are no dumb questions, ask away, and if your question needs clarification, we'll help you with that too.
When will the new site launch?
We'll be entering the private phase in a couple of months, but you need to sign up now if you want access to it. If you miss this chance, you'll have to wait until the site opens up to the general public several weeks later.
How is this new site different from the existing CiviCRM forums?
The forums are a helpful place, but it's not always easy to find things. In this new site, the correct answer to every question will be right there at the top (no scrolling through pages of conversations to find it).
How do I sign up?
Just click this link, then click the "commit" button to say that you will participate in the beta. You can use facebook or google to sign-in, no need to create yet another username and password (but you can if you want to). That's it, we'll let you know as soon as the beta site is up and running. Tell your friends! The more people who commit to participate now, the quicker we can get the beta underway.