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On Thursday December 13 from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m CET you are invited to join the next SAP Portal tweetchat on “SAP NetWeaver Portal Content Management Offering”.

In this tweetchat you will get detailed information on the Content Management offering of SAP NetWeaver Portal. The focus of the chat is set on the new SAP Portal Content Management by OpenText which is a best-of-breed document management and collaboration solution which also supports web content management capabilities. It is deeply integrated into the SAP Portal, allows mobile consumption, features social collaboration, and helps to create beautiful-looking, content-rich websites based on the robust framework of SAP Portal. You can also ask questions on our long-time offerings like Web Page Composer and Knowledge Management. 

       

For more information: SCN page on SAP Portal Content and Site Management by OpenText and this blog written by Ohad Levy.

Our panel of core experts include:

  • Roland Jäger, Product Manager OpenText (@rolaja_ke)
  • Ohad Levy, Solution Manager SAP (@Ohados)
  • Thomas Hensel, Portal Product Manager SAP (@ThHensel)
  • Velislav Velkov, Portal Development (@Velislav_Velkov)

    

The tweetchat will be moderated by Vera Gutbrod using our Portal Twitter account @Portal_SAP. You can connect with the tweetchat moderator before the chat. Send for example some questions or your expectations already before the chat. You can start with this already now! Send the questions and statements directly to our SAP Portal Twitter channel @Portal_SAP.

What is a TweetChat and How to Participate

What’s a tweetchat? It is similar to a webinar in which the speakers, rather than talking, type out their thoughts in 140 characters or less. And during a tweetchat, rather than using a dial-in number, you follow along with your preferred Twitter app like Tweetdeck, Hootsuite or TweetChat.com. The key benefits of TweetChat.com is that it automatically adds the hashtag to the end of your tweets after you successfully sign in using your Twitter account.

To participate in our tweetchat, simply log in to the Twitter client of your choice and submit all your questions and statements with the hashtag #SAPPortalchat included. In case you are not using this hashtag, we cannot see what you are tweeting. We’ll be monitoring the timeline live and responding through the accounts of our experts.


See you on Twitter on December 13

Please join us on December 13 from 17:00-18:00 P.M. CET using the #SAPPortalchat hashtag. We are really looking forward to talking to you directly. So start thinking about your questions now. We hope to see you on December 13 live on Twitter!

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  1. Andy Silvey

    Hi Vera,

    nice blog, I’d love to join in but I’ll be flying at that time.

    Are you planning a Tweet Chat on Portal On Device ?

    Thanks and all the best,

    Andy.

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    1. Vera Gutbrod Post author

      Hi Andy!

      We had this year already a tweetchat on Portal on Device capabilities. I think it was in July.

      But we will have other tweetchats planned for next year and Portal on device will be on of the topics. You will always be informed on upcoming tweetchats via our Twitter account https://twitter.com/PORTAL_SAP or on the Portal SCN space.

      Regards and thanks

      Vera

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      1. Andy Silvey

        Hi Vera,

        thank you.

        Apologies for sounding like a broken record, POD is a no-brainer and surely will be a huge success in the customer base and also reinforces Portal’s role in the SAP landscape, the burning question to get the customer base to run with pod is simply, the timeline for the business suite to be more smart device friendly and running through pod as opposed to web native apps available through pod.

        All the best and thank you,

        Andy.

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