Community Forum Live: Audience Finder Answers

Post-event notes

Many thanks to everyone who was able to join us yesterday, it was great to meet and chat with you all - we hope you found the session valuable. If you could take a couple of minutes to fill in a short feedback form, we’d very much appreciate it.

Slides are available here
CFL - Audience Finder Answers - Nov 21.pdf (3.0 MB)

We also have a growing library of articles and guides to getting the most out of Audience Finder Answers over on our Knowledge Base

Our next Onboarding session for new Audience Finder users will be on Wed 26 January, but in the meantime we are always happy to set up one to one or small group sessions for you and your colleagues.

Do get in touch if there’s anything else we can help with, either here on the Community, or

Original event details

Thu 25 November, 2pm-3.15pm
Free, online

Audience Finder is evolving! In this session, we’ll share the latest developments in the creation of Audience Finder Answers (formerly known as Audience Finder BETA 2.0), the next generation of data-driven insight tool for the arts & culture sector. Currently, in open beta testing, we’d welcome anyone who is already using Audience Finder Answers, as well as those who are just curious about what’s available and how it can be used.

About Community Forum Live

These forums are a space for conversation with a like-minded community, and focus on an artform or specific area of our work in each session. Designed to help you get the most out of the Audience Finder Data Tools by sharing ideas and approaches with colleagues, providing insight into our wider research and developments we are working on, and so we can learn from you and continue to offer the best support to the sector in the future.

Each forum consists of a 75-minute session and is open to all organisations from across the UK.

Come prepared to join the conversation.

Find out more and book your free place

We’ll also be running a free Onboarding session the day before this event for anyone who would like an introduction (or reintroduction) to Audience Finder - find out more