Diagrams Early Access Program
Sign up to apply for the Early Access Program and help us with testing the alpha and beta versions of Diagrams. All you have to do is to provide us with some information about you and how you’d like to use the application. We’ll be continuously sending out a limited number of invites until we reach the final release.
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Last Name *
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Email Address *
This email address will be used for sending an invitation to the alpha/beta distribution service. We will occasionally send you emails with news regarding the early access program and eventually ask for additional information. We will also share this email address with Google Inc. for this signup form, Mailchimp for managing the tester list, and Microsoft Corporation for the alpha/beta distribution service HockeyApp.
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How would you describe your professional position? *
What type of work are you primarily doing? *
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What kind of diagrams would you like to draw in Diagrams? *
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In which scenario would you like to use Diagrams? *
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Would you like to use Diagrams for yourself or together with your team? *
What diagramming applications have you heard of? *
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What diagramming applications do you currently use? *
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What problems do you encounter when using these tools? *
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Which distribution channel would you prefer? *
How did you find out about Diagrams? *
I understand that alpha software is not feature complete and that alpha and beta software contains bugs which can lead to data loss. *
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I agree to not share either the alpha or beta versions or show screenshots of the application without prior consent by Structured Path GmbH. *
You retain all rights to your data and documents which you can freely share. Sharing of screenshots of the application or images which show features of the application is prohibited.
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