These are the issues that I believe Graphisoft must improve to it's launch site, to make it viable for the next event ...
But why does it even need to be that complicated? GS just need to bring news relevant to the audience offering reassurance about improvements (not hi tech IT jargon) & show us with live action demos what is new & how things are better in the upgrade, and just like the community webinar have a simple chat stream to allow viewers to raise point for a Q&A.
Fair points DGSketcher - we are just about to announce the next set up user group sessions, where we are going to focus on a deep dive of the Archicad 26 features and workflows. I hope you and many of the community members will be able to come and join us for an in-depth run down, followed by a Q&A with us.
@Marton Kiss Thank you for reaching out here, it's always reassuring to see members of the Graphisoft team with good news.
Please can you ensure the "Deep Dive" doesn't drown the audience! After the launch there was a definite sense of us & them. Remember your audience are primarily architectural designers not IT specialists. We need to know how improved workflows are assisting in delivering solutions to OUR clients and I am sure we will welcome any tips & tricks to get the best from Archicad.
Continuing to @DGSketcher comment, make it as sub-sessions by Levels of deepness, from 1 - 5.
If someone only need to go until Level 2, then be it, other may need to go to 4 and 5.
Thank you Nader for sharing a very structured feedback on our event/launch site. We invested quite a lot of time and effort to find a solid event platform that provides the right experience for our launch communications, but we clearly failed to deliver to expectations. Internally we draw very similar conclusions, but will make sure to relay the detailed feedback to the right colleagues within Graphisoft, who are shaping our next event experience.