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Purpose and Time

The Swedish User Group Meeting allows you to:


1. Join a User Group working on a WikiProject for Sweden

2. Meet others with a common interest

3. Accomplish more as a team than as a individual.

This is a conference call meeting (by phone or phone and computer) every other Thursday from 3:00-4:00 PM (mountain time). Anyone is welcome to suggest topics for the meeting by posting on the Swedish User Group Dialogue page.


How to enter the meeting?

There are 2 options to enter the meeting: 1. by phone, or 2. by phone and computer.

1. By phone

  • Dial into 801-240-2663 (Local/International) or 877-453-7266 (US Toll-free)
  • Follow the prompts (Meeting ID 0606)

2. By phone and computer

1) Click on Join the meeting

2) Enter the meeting I.D. 0606 (6th of June is Sweden's National Day!)


4) Follow the prompted instructions. The program used for the conference call is called MeetingPlace. It will connect you by phone, or by phone and computer. It's easy to use.

By joining online, you can see the discussion items and training on your screen. 



If you are planning on joining the meeting with your computer, prior to joining the meeting for the first time, please run the MeetingPlace Test to verify you can participate in a web meeting.

Historical Perspective

The Sweden User Group meeting was designed to provide an opportunity for anyone interested in improving content for Sweden to meet others who are already contributing. The meeting should help to:

  • Assist with learning the skills to work on a WikiProject
  • Build unity among the Swedish User Group
  • Accomplish more as a User Group than as individual contributers
  • Discuss planning and solutions for Swedish content improvement

Stay Informed

Stay informed by visiting and adding your comments to the Wiki Contributor's Corner forum. Discussions in the forum are not just talking to be talking. You will be a vital part of making community decisions that affect the FamilySearch Wiki and its users.

 

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