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[UPDATED: January 7, 2021]
TI is changing our policy to require users to provide a company or select partner institution email address to be able to post on E2E.
Effective January 7, users without an email address from a company or select partner institution will no longer be able to create new threads on E2E. Users currently using personal or university email addresses will be guided to update their myTI account if applicable, and will continue to be able to reply to threads created before January 7 for several weeks to ensure their issues are resolved.
Over time, we have seen that peer-to-peer engagement has declined naturally. With this, E2E has evolved into a support forum where individuals at companies and select partner institutions expect responses directly from a TIer, which take time for TIers to accurately research and resolve. Our new posting requirements help TI ensure that we’re troubleshooting issues from known users, and that we can best support the number of new questions we receive.
We value all of our customers and will continue to provide several ways for customers to find answers to technical challenges and receive reliable support. Users who do not have a company or select partner institution email or prefer not to provide this information in their profile will continue to be able to:
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