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The 2022.1.1.30569 Patch/Minor release has been removed from the Download Portal due to a missing signature in some of the included files. This causes the files to not be recognized as valid files provided by Alteryx and might trigger warning messages by some 3rd party programs.
If you installed the 2022.1.1.30569 release, we recommend that you reinstall the patch.
Alteryx User Groups are independent volunteer organizations created for users, run by users and supported by Alteryx. Here you have an opportunity to meet locally or virtually to bring together a broad range of backgrounds so users of all skill levels can share ideas, experiences, and best practices in analytics.
User Groups are the perfect way to meet people with similar interests and truly connect around the ways that Alteryx has amplified your life both inside and outside of work. You can get involved with any user group type, including Local and Internal.
Join one or join them all; the only limitation is your own bandwidth. Getting plugged in is the first step to meeting people just like you to network, share ideas, and plan the total domination of your industry.
Who can attend Alteryx User Groups meeting?
All are welcome to attend! Whether you’re new to Alteryx or a seasoned Alteryx Addict, everyone from all skill levels are able to take away invaluable insights from like-minded peers during these User Group meetings.
How can I be notified about all upcoming User Groups meetings in my area?
To hear about upcoming meetings occurring in your area, please join the desired User Group page(s)! By joining you will be notified of all upcoming meetings and secure your spot before space runs out.
You may join as many Alteryx User Group pages as you wish. All meeting announcements will be posted to the relevant page by the User Group leaders.
Can I post on the Alteryx User Groups pages?
Yes! All of our User Groups members can post on their User Group page for the following items:
Job listings that are Alteryx related and relevant to the region it is posted in
Networking opportunities for fellow Alteryx users to connect
Product questions should be directed to the appropriate areas on the Community
What I can expect by attending an Alteryx User Group meeting?
Meet like-minded Alteryx peers face-to-face and build your local network during quarterly meetings
Hear from local users on how they’re leveraging Alteryx to alter their analytics
Listen to up to date product information and announcements
Dive into hands-on training and learn new ways to use the Alteryx platform
I want to participate in an Alteryx User Group! How can I lend a hand?
If you are interested in participating in our local User Groups by: presenting, hosting a meeting, sponsoring food/refreshments etc., please email our User Group Team: firstname.lastname@example.org.
I don’t see a local User Group in my area. How can I request a new Alteryx User Group in my area?
Please email email@example.com to connect with our team. Our User Groups team will review every request and get back to applicants on whether the desired User Group can be launched in a new city/region.
All approved new User Groups must complete a successful 2 meetings in 6 month before being added to the User Group Directory on Community and gaining official status.
The team accepts also volunteers to support Regional user group which will support Alteryx users virtually within a specific region. These leaders will be tasks with coordinating quarterly 1-hour long meetings that will occur virtually.
I want to start an Internal User Group within my organization. How can I get started?
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