Open Call for Beta Testers

Dear NAEYC members,


For the past few months we have been diligently working to launch Hello, your new online communities platform. We are excited to share that we are fast approaching a major milestone in the project: beginning our beta testing phase. But to have successful beta testing we need your help.


We are conducting an open call for 50 to 100 people who would like to sign up to beta test the new platform. This is an exclusive opportunity for interest forum members to get involved and check out the new platform before anyone else. We want your input so we can make Hello as user-friendly as possible.


Beta testing will consist of a series of exercises designed to test the site’s usability and functionality before we launch to the general membership. The exercises will take no more than one hour of your time total and there is no cost to participate. If you are interested in becoming a beta tester please fill out all the information requested on this form. When beta testing begins we will reach out to you with instructions for participating.


We hope you will join us for this exciting step in launching your new communities site. We expect beta testing to happen in late January and will send an update on the actual dates as soon as we know. A quick Beta Testing FAQ is attached to this email. If you any questions feel free to email me at grosas@naeyc.org or ask your facilitator for more information.
I look forward to seeing you online,
Gilmar Rosas  |  Community Manager

National Association for the Education of Young Children
1313 L Street NW, Suite 500, Washington DC 20005
www.naeyc.org  |  Find us on Facebook and Twitter

Have questions? Check out this handy FAQ (betatestingfaq).

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