In today’s fast-paced technology-filled world, information technology (IT) skills are now a requirement in almost every industry. Whether you are a student completing an assignment in Microsoft Word, a plumber managing your finances using Quicken QuickBooks, a marketing expert touching up images in Adobe Photoshop, or a director reviewing board papers on your tablet, knowing how to effectively use and get the most out of your applications is crucial.
The challenge that we all face is keeping up to date with the never-ending list of applications we need to use, and all of the features within them. To make things even more challenging, we also need to keep our existing skills current – which can be difficult when new versions are released as they often come with a new layout and navigation.
Often, we don’t want to / need to sit through a full training course to teach us how to use a particular piece of software. Instead of sitting through hours of training, wouldn’t it be better if we could just learn how perform the particular task we are trying to do right now? It was out of this necessity that TipDesk was born. TipDesk is growing, with a goal to become a one-stop-shop for all IT-related questions. To make things even better, TipDesk is available to help you learn a new skill around the clock, anywhere, anytime.
For those who are just looking to learn, we don’t require you to create an account and sign in. You can view the ever-growing collection of tips from the Tips Library for free, anytime. Although creating an account is not required, we do encourage everyone to sign up to TipDesk(it’s FREE) so you can rate tips, share tips, leave comments, and follow your favorite Tipsters. By engaging with your fellow Tipsters through rating, sharing, commenting and following, it encourages our awesome Tipsters to continue creating and uploading, therefore adding to the Tips Library at your fingertips.
Because no one person can know how to use every feature in every application, we rely on the expertise of our Tipsters to keep the Tips Library up to date. Anyone who has created an account on TipDesk can be a Tipster. As a Tipster you can upload as many IT-related video tutorials (limited to 15min each) as you wish. For more information, please visit our FAQ.
Share Your Knowledge! Upload your own tips at www.tipdesk.com