Live help via Skype or email
BOINC Online Help lets you talk one-on-one with experienced BOINC users, who can:
BOINC Online Help is based on Skype, an Internet-based telephone system. Skype is free (both the software and the calls). If you don't already have Skype, please download and install it now. When you're finished, return to this page.
The best way to get help is by voice, for which you need either built-in microphone and speakers or an external headset for your computer. You can also use Skype's text-based chat system or regular email (if you don't have Skype) to communicate with Help Volunteers.
Volunteers speaking several languages are available. Please select a language:
Arabic · Awadhi · Bengali · Catalan · Chinese, Gan · Chinese, Hakka · Chinese, Jinyu · Chinese, Mandarin · Chinese, Min Nan · Chinese, Wu · Chinese, Xiang · Chinese, Yue (Cantonese) · Czech · Dutch · English · French · German · Greek · Gujarati · Hindi · Hungarian/Magyar · Italian · Japanese · Kannada · Korean · Lithuanian · Malayalam · Marathi · Persian · Polish · Portuguese · Punjabi · Romanian · Russian · Serbo-Croatian · Spanish · Sundanese · Tagalog · Tamil · Thai · Turkish · Ukrainian
If you're an experienced BOINC user, we encourage you to become a Help Volunteer. It's a great way to help the cause of scientific research and volunteer computing - and it's fun!
If you're already a Help Volunteer: to edit your settings, click here.
Last modified 8:52 PM UTC, October 17 2012.
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