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Hi,

another month has passed and we have received a lot of positive and constructive feedback. As mentioned in our last edition, this newsletter isn’t only about Colloq news, but also sharing the value of attending conferences.

Recent updates to Colloq

Call for Papers Messages

When creating a Call for Papers on Colloq and after receiving talk submissions, you now have the ability to communicate with your potential speakers, while we ensure that all proposals are handled anonymously.

Mockup with screenshot of the new Call for Papers messaging feature

To start a new conversation, you can switch to the Messages tab on a proposal detail page and write whatever’s on your heart. People involved in the Call for Papers will receive an email notification about the new message and you can get directly into a discussion to better unterstand a proposal or ask additional questions. This also offers a great way to give feedback to your Call for Papers submissions.

Find out more in our detailed blog post about this new feature.

Call for Papers Export

To make the talk selection process easier for our Pro organizers who run their Call for Papers on Colloq, we’ve added a data export option for submissions. You can export the available submission data in either CSV or JSON format, for further use in spreadsheets or other software.

Noti.st Support in Event Coverage

We constantly evolve our event coverage and now support Noti.st links in Event Coverage, so you can add slide decks posted on Noti.st, too.

Mockup of screenshots showing several coverage linksof Noti.st service slides

Articles Worth Reading

That’s all for this edition, stay tuned and have a great weekend!

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