Director of Business Operations ATLAS.ti
Welcome to our April newsletter! In case you have not done it yet, please take two minutes to tell us what you think by completing our survey. The more genuine feedback we have from our community, the better we can adjust ATLAS.ti to your needs. At the same time, , we would also like to remind you about the new ATLAS.ti Cloud tutorials we have recently launched that you can watch online FOR FREE!
Further in this issue, you can also read our new Best Practice article about exporting customizable reports and tables from ATLAS.ti 8. And our Case Study presents our interview with Dr. Hafidha Sulaiman Al-Barashdi, a specialist in social and educational issues of Omani youth.
Reminder: ATLAS.ti Cloud Video Tutorials
We would like to remind you that you can greatly profit from our online free ATLAS.ti Cloud trainings! ATLAS.ti Cloud is easy to use and intuitive to learn. Enjoy the video tutorials we have created to help you take full advantage of ATLAS.ti Cloud, such as working across platforms, collaborating with a team, filtering your codes and importing the project in the desktop version of ATLAS.ti. In addition to this, our help center offers all the resources you need to learn about the software, and if you ever have any questions or doubts, you can count on our live chat support inside ATLAS.ti Cloud! For a short overview of what you can achieve with ATLAS.ti Cloud click here, and for the dates of upcoming online trainings, click here (and select the "Cloud" tab).
Reminder: Your opinion is very important to us!
What do you like or not like about ATLAS.ti? What would you like to see as a feature in the future? We wholeheartedly invite you to complete this short survey regarding ATLAS.ti's current features and new possible features you would like us to include. We promise, it only takes 2 minutes and will help immensely to make ATLAS.ti the most useful tool for you! Start here!
ATLAS.ti present at the Qualitative Health Research Network's 2019 Conference in London
The ATLAS.ti team participated in the Qualitative Health Research Network's 2019 Conference this March in London. We gave a workshop on computer-assisted qualitative data analysis software together with Quirkos, and it was a wonderful opportunity to show the newest features of ATLAS.ti 8.4 - Including the universal data exchange format, which allows you to transfer projects between software packages! The conference was a great success as qualitative researchers came together from all around the world to share their experiences and continue shaping the future of qualitative research.
ATLAS.ti, a worldwide tool - Interface and resources in multiple languages
Did you know that you can now change the ATLAS.ti interface language to English, Spanish, German, Portuguese, and Chinese? We support qualitative researchers all around the world, and we are continuously releasing additional learning resources in different languages: see our quick tour guides and video tutorials. As always, ATLAS.ti can support analysis of data in ANY language or character set, but we are excited to continue growing our international support resources.