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We hope you're playing in the final week of "Summer Trivia" with the topic being "Genesys Cloud CX!" I have to give a shout out to @Antwuan Rencher for coming up with most of these questions. Who is Antwuan, you ask? You will see him in the Genesys Cloud CX community helping to moderate the discussions that come in there. We're so excited to have him, so say hello if you see him pop up in there.
Ahem, I digress...as for the bonus question (which will earn ya 3 extra points in the Trivia Tower event) tell us:
What is the one piece of software you can't live without (personally or professionally) and yes, video games count! We all know Genesys Cloud CX is great, but tell us about the other "can't live without" programs you use!
I'll go first...
As a video editor, I can't really live without Adobe Premiere Pro. Not only does it help me do my job, but I use it for so many other tasks that are actually non-video related and it generally makes my life easier. Although I use several tools, this one really stands out for me. Now you go!
I can't wait to see how you all do in the Trivia contest this week. As a reminder, the top winner will win an item off the Prize Wall, so go get 'em tiger!
Personally, can't live without Minecraft. It's a stress reliever since I can kind of switch my brain off and do something aimless for 5 minutes or 2 hours.
They took away my Adobe subscription, so I had to switch to DaVinci Resolve for all my video editing, with Audacity for audio...DaVinci is quite good.
My can't-live-without software is probably Outlook....I do a ton of work there. On the work side it has become Slack, but I'll be happy to get rid of it once the current project is done :-)
You've got a great point about Outlook, I LIVE by the calendar, haha! And Minecraft is my son's favorite, so while I don't play it, I see it all the time!
I'm with George on this one. Growing up on BBS and AOL, email has been my communication channel of choice and Outlook is the software I used the most. Being too old for the generation x to z apps, I never got into them.
Nothing quite like BBSing with a "fast" 2400 baud modem playing Trade Wars, eh?