To begin connecting with over 50,000 engineers and TI experts, and to take advantage of all the features that the TI E2E Community has to offer, each new member must first create or activate an account. The registration process on E2E is very fast, and is described in detail below:
Already have a My.TI account?
If you already have a my.ti account, accessing the TI E2E Community is as simple as the click of your mouse. Simply go to the TI E2E Community homepage and click on the “Join or Sign In with my.Ti Login” (shown below)
Not yet registered on My.TI?
If you’re not yet registered through my.ti, don’t worry, signing up to E2E is still really easy. Just visit the TI E2E Community homepage and click on the “Join or Sign In with my.Ti Login”.
Once you click the Join or Sign In link you will then be taken to the my.ti registration page. After filling out the information on this page, you will receive an email to activate your account.
Once activated, you can then begin filling out your new member profile, searching for technical solutions, asking questions and connecting with like-minded engineers.
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