E2E design support forums allow engineers with diverse technical backgrounds and skills to connect and share knowledge. In E2E, you can add other E2E users as friends to expand your professional engineering network!
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1. Start at e2e.ti.com and sign in.
2. Type the name of the engineer you wish to add as a friend in the search field and select "Users" in the list of filters that appears.
3. Click the name of the intended engineer. This will take you to the engineer's E2E profile.
4. Click the "Connect" button in the right corner of the page, and select "Request friendship" to bring up the request form.
5. Type any message in the description box and click "Send Request."
6. The engineer will receive an email and can accept or decline the request.
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