The New Vectorworks Community Board is Here

Posted by Hannah Force on 9/8/16 9:20 AM  |  1 min read time

Since its inception in 1999, the Vectorworks Community Board has acted as a hub for designers to exchange ideas and advice, engage in industry discussions, and troubleshoot issues with our internal team, all while enabling designers to play a role in our software development by submitting their feedback through our Feature and Content Requests Wishlist forum. Continuing with our dedication to valuing and responding to your feedback, we’ve completely reengineered our Community Board to create a better user experience.

One Community Board superstar is our own User Experience Manager Jim Wilson. Known by many designers on the forum for his expertise and sharp sense of humor, Wilson is always a valuable resource for all things Vectorworks software on both the Community Board and our Tech Support Twitter.

“We hope the new Community Board acts as a fast, powerful, and comprehensive tool to facilitate communication, debate, and discussion between designers and our user success and R&D teams,” said Wilson. “We have renewed focus on communicating with our users both to revamp existing features and to help plan out new ones, both in the software and the other various services we develop.”

Before you start exploring our new Community Board, check out this introductory playlist where Wilson will guide you through the new interface and setting up a signature.



This improvement is the first of many steps we’re taking in the coming months to reshape how we communicate with designers, so if you like this upgrade, you’ll love where we go next. In the meantime, head on over to the new Vectorworks Community Board and start exploring now.

Topics: Planet Vectorworks, Tech Support Twitter, User Experience Manager Jim Wilson, Vectorworks Community Board, @VectorworksHelp, Feature and Content Requests Wishlist Forum, Troubleshoot Issues

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