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Volute Member Guide

Volute combines the exciting, collaborative nature of an online community with world-class learning providers and subject matter experts, to support the workforce on the job, as work happens.

1. Your Profile

Your profile is how your peers will see and connect with you, so ensure it is complete. Update your profile by selecting Edit Profile on the Home screen or left menu.

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Select the About Me tab to update your personal information.

  1. Select the camera icon to update your profile image.

  2. Enter your Bio and profile information to let your peers know more about you.

  3. Type your Areas of Expertise, then hit Enter to create tags for other members to find you.

2. Communities & Topics

Volute is organized into Communities that contain learning Topics. A Community is a group of people who have interests across certain topics.


A Topic is a social forum to connect and engage with like-focused members in a peer-learning model to address real challenges in the flow of work.

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Select Topics from the menu to access your available Topics in Volute.

  1. Use the Filter By dropdown to filter your Topics by Community.

  2. Each Topic will display an overview of activity as well as highlighting new activity since you last visited the Topic.

  3. Select Go to Topic to enter a Topic.

3. Meet Ups

A Meet Up is a personal video conference that takes place directly in a Topic. Any member can create their own Meet Up and invite peers for a conversation. Volute "wraps" content with conversation so you can apply learning on the job. A Meet Up can be set up in just seconds for on-demand access to peers and subject matter experts, or can be scheduled in advance.

Meet Ups can be private to invited members only, or can be set for "Open Registration". 




A Meet Up shows as a blue box in your Topic with the title, date, and invitees. Only those who have been invited will see the Meet Up, unless it is set as Open Registration.

  1. Test your mic and camera well in advance of your first Meet Up and allow browser permissions so you can contribute to the conversation.

  2. You can join your Meet Up 5 minutes before the start time or any time during the live event by selecting the Join button. Note: You must register for an "Open Registration" Meet Up to be able to Join.

Have a question or suggestion?

Volute is a Community platform and your feedback is important to us.  Email us at with any questions or comments.

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