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Trending #hashtags for Convergence 2013

UntitledAre you heading to Microsoft Convergence 2013 in a few days? Either way, there’s a great way to see what’s happening - Social Media, especially Twitter for real-time event updates. One of the reasons I use Twitter during events like Convergence is that is gives me a way to take notes and share them. It also gives me the opportunity to see what else is happening elsewhere as it hard to be in multiple places at the same time.

If you use Twitter, you’ve probably heard about #hashtags. Hashtags help categorize content so it’s easier for you to find what you’re looking for. To help you know what #hashtags to use, I’ve put together the below list that Convergence goers will be using at the event. For a broader list of community hashtags, you can reference my earlier post, “2013 #Hashtag Predictions for Microsoft Dynamics are Here!

Lastly, how can you find me on Twitter? I’ll be using two Twitter handles: @jon_rivers and @datamasons. Follow me and receive real-time updates from Convergence.

#CONV13 - Microsoft’s Convergence 2013 event

#MSDYNCOMM - Microsoft Dynamics Community
#NAVUGForum - Dynamics NAV User Group Annual Event
#AXPC #PreGAME - Dynamics AX and Dynamics GP Annual Partner-focused events
#GP2013 - Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013
#MSDYNGP - Microsoft Dynamics GP Product Management Team
#NAV2013 - Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013
#MSDYNNAV - Microsoft Dynamics NAV Product
#AX2012 - Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Blog
#AX2012R2 - Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2 Product
#MSDYNAX - Your un-official source for all things Microsoft Dynamics AX
#MSDYNSL - Microsoft Dynamics SL Product Management Team
#MSDYNCRM - Microsoft Dynamics CRM news and information
#MSDYNERP - Microsoft Dynamics ERP news and information
#msretail - The official Microsoft for Retail Twitter handle

#AXUG - Independent software user group for Microsoft Dynamics AX (Axapta) customers
#GPUG - Independent software user group for Microsoft Dynamics GP customers
#NAVUG - Independent software user group for Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navision) customers
#CRMUG - Independent software user group for Microsoft Dynamics CRM customers
#DynamicsAXPC - AXUG’s Microsoft Dynamics AX Partner Community
#DynamicsGPPC - GPUG’s Microsoft Dynamics GP Partner Community

Safe Travels! Hope to see you in New Orleans!

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