Do you have a tricky question about TeamViewer but no time to comb through search engines?
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If you’re only using TeamViewer occasionally, for example to fix your mom’s PC every other day, you’re probably fine with knowing the absolute basics of the program.
Sooner or later, however, one of these typical questions will pop up: “How to do this and that in TeamViewer?” or “where to change this and that in TeamViewer?”.
If you’re like me (blessed with only average computer knowledge), that’s usually when you start to type about 15 different versions of your question into your search engine of choice, because that’s the only way to get an answer.
And all of that just to read through pages and pages of forum posts that are kind of similar to your problem but can’t deliver an appropriate answer.
Long story short, it’s a really frustrating process, especially if you’re in a hurry.
So why did I say usually before?
Because that’s not the case if you have any questions about TeamViewer!
Right now, you’re located in the TeamViewer Community.
It’s the one place that can help you with any problem regarding TeamViewer faster and more accurate than any other.
You’d like to know where the hitch is? Let me show you why there isn’t one.
So, let’s look into how you can get the answers for your TeamViewer-related questions at the speed of light and why the answers you get are of such a high quality.
When a question about TeamViewer comes to mind, go to the TeamViewer Community – instead of a search engine - and type the search term that best describes your problem into the search bar.
By default, all of the community will be searched for your term, including the Community Blog. You can also filter the results by Knowledge Base and Users.
Let me introduce these formats to you:
In the Knowledge Base, you’ll find very descriptive and fully edited articles.
Each of them targets a specific topic and explains it thoroughly, including visual aid.
They will help you to use TeamViewer to its full capacity, if you’re interested in diving deeper into the software.
These articles are either written by TeamViewer staff or they are outstandingly helpful user posts that were promoted to Knowledge Base articles by the community’s moderators.
This way you can be sure that the information in the articles is accurate.
Tons and tons of questions have already been answered by the TeamViewer Community since its launch in late 2016.
Chances are that your question is a quite regular one and there’s already an answer.
And the best part about it is that, in the TeamViewer Community, we have something called accepted solutions.
What that means is that users or moderators can promote answers that really worked out for them to give other users the answers with the highest value first.
In case there’s no answer and your question has never been asked in the community before, just make up leeway.
There are thousands of experts in the TeamViewer Community – many of whom make a living using TeamViewer to on a daily basis.
Additionally, there’s the TeamViewer staff. When push comes to shove, these great people will do their best to help you out as quick as possible.
Last but not least, there’s the Community Blog. In fact, it’s right here and you’re reading it in this instant.
While the topics treated on the Community Blog will cover a big range of topics soon enough, my primary goal is to turn its readers into true TeamViewer experts.
The introduction of individual TeamViewer features, discovering how to use them in new and exciting ways or advice on how to use them professionally – don’t miss out and learn something new!
The next time you have a question about TeamViewer, you know where to go.
I believe that there’s no faster way to provide you with high quality knowledge and answers to any question you could possibly think of regarding TeamViewer.
And the best thing about it is that in this pool of knowledge, it’s all archived and easy to find.
So, do you have a question right now? Throw it at us and visit the community!
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