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  • ASQ to Launch New Online Community Platform


    Later this month, ASQ will launch an exciting new community platform, replacing this current system while continuing to support you as quality practitioners and professionals in your knowledge and use of quality. 

    myASQ will serve as a centralized online location for timely and relevant solutions, meaningful networking,  and interaction with leaders and peers of the quality community. You’ll be able to stay informed of community news and events, initiate and contribute to discussions about quality topics important to you, and access public communities as well as any you may be affiliated with as a member or customer. In addition, ASQ members will have access to a member directory. 

    The new community platform is the foundation for a personalized and unique user experience. Though all users will have access to much of the features, the experience will become more exclusive and enhanced for ASQ members. 

    When myASQ goes live, any links to the ASQ Community will be redirected to the new platform, which you will access using your current log in.  

    After logging in, we encourage all users to participate in the welcome walk-through, which includes steps to update your profiles and account settings, and introduce yourself in the dedicated discussion board. 

    Though some features will be similar to this ASQ Community, content will not be migrated to myASQ. If there are files or other content you would like to retain please download them by Monday, April 16.  

    Based on user experience and feedback, ASQ will continually add features and functionality to myASQ, as well as continually refine content and programming for increased engagement. 

    Community is about what you give and what you get. Be sure to visit myASQ often to get answers to your questions and to contribute your thoughts and expertise for the benefit of others in the community.
  • TCC Transformation Community - is Moving!

    Later this month, ASQ will launch an exciting new community platform, replacing this current system while continuing to support you as quality practitioners and professionals in your knowledge and use of quality. 

    myASQ will serve as a centralized online location for timely and relevant solutions, meaningful networking, and interaction with leaders and peers of the quality community. You’ll be able to stay informed of community news and events, initiate and contribute to discussions about quality topics important to you, and access public communities as well as any you may be affiliated with as a member or customer. In addition, ASQ members will have access to a member directory. 

    The new community platform is the foundation for a personalized and unique user experience. Though all users will have access to much of the features, the experience will become more exclusive and enhanced for ASQ members. 

    When myASQ goes live, any links to the ASQ Community will be redirected to the new platform, which you will access using your current log in.  

    After logging in, we encourage all users to participate in the welcome walk-through, which includes steps to update your profiles and account settings and introduce yourself in the dedicated discussion board. 

    Though some features will be similar to this ASQ Community, content will not be migrated to myASQ. If there are files or other content you would like to retain please download them by Monday, April 16.  

    Based on user experience and feedback, ASQ will continually add features and functionality to myASQ, as well as continually refine content and programming for increased engagement. 

    Community is about what you give and what you get. Be sure to visit myASQ often to get answers to your questions and to contribute your thoughts and expertise for the benefit of others in the community.

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