Get social during Knowledge 2020


Pat and Chris

For the first time ever, Knowledge is going fully digital. This year, there will be six weeks of exciting keynotes, breakout sessions, networking events… and six weeks to join in on social media!

Throughout the conference, we will be sharing fun digital swag, tips and tricks, and ways to participate in contests on social media. Be sure to check the official event hashtag: #Know20, and follow us on @Know365 and @servicenow so you can stay in the know. 

More information about the social media contests can be found here, but this is what you’ll need to know to get started:

Twice a week, there will be a ‘Caption This’ contest held on Twitter at @Know365. Starting on May 4, we will post a photo, and it is up to you to come up with a witty caption! Reply to @Know365 with your best one-liners, and be sure to use the official hashtag #Know20Caption to enter. There will be two winners per week during each of the six weeks, so be sure to check back often for a chance to win a gift card prize throughout Knowledge.

This year, we will also be hosting a digital Scavenger Hunt. On Twitter and Instagram, use the #Know20Games hashtag to participate. Gather each of the following six items for a chance to win big! This year there will be five Scavenger Hunt winners, selected on June 8th. Here’s how to join the fun:

  1. Share a photo of your #Know20 outfit, whatever you’ll be wearing for Knowledge from home this year. Maybe you pulled out your favorite ServiceNow tee, or you’re in your coziest pajamas – we can’t wait to see!
  2. Most of us are working from home these days – show us your “home office” by posting a picture of your current set up.
  3. Have a favorite hackathon creation or app? Let us know what it is, and why.  
  4. Throughout the six weeks, there will be plenty of keynotes and sessions. What stuck with you most? Share a quote you love from a keynote, or let us know what your favorite session has been so far.
  5. We will all miss the fun we have connecting with old pals or making new ones in person, but social media provides a great chance to network and meet new ServiceNow fans online! Tag a friend from Knowledge, new or old.
  6. Dig up your old ServiceNow swag! Do you have a backpack from our 2012 conference? A pin from last year? Something you’ve held on to since getting it at a previous Knowledge? Snap a pic and show us!

Even though we won’t have a Workflow lounge or social media corner in-person this year, we wanted to find a way to bring everyone together. Stay tuned for how you can add your photo to the global mosaic of attendees, and you can always find more at @Know365 or @servicenow. Share your learnings, questions, and excitement on the official event hashtag: #Know20.

 

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