There are two types of practice partners: 1) someone who want to receive requests and also ask others to be practice partners, and 2) someone who only wants to find and ask others to be practice partners. Both are covered below.
1) Someone who want to receive requests and also ask others to be practice partners does the following and also step 2:
- Signs up and creates a user account and checks they want to receive requests.
- Signs up and creates a profile including skills, qualifications, languages and other information.
- Complete a calendar of availability.
- Make themselves available for online session based upon their preferred schedule.
- Review messages and meeting requests, both scheduled and on-demand, from potential practice partners.
- Conduct the practice session using Veditz incredibly easy user experience and interface.
- After the call, rate and review the person whom they provided the help to.
2) Someone who only wants to find and ask others to be practice partners.
- Signs up and creates a user account and does NOT check they want to receive requests. They will then not need to fill out any profile.
- Searches for people using multiple each to use filters and key word search.
- Reviews presented bios and friendly faces of people around the world proficient and meeting your requirements.
- Communicate with potential matches via messaging and/or request meetings both scheduled and on-demand.
- Conducts the practice session using Veditz incredibly easy user experience and interface loaded with in-call texting, screen sharing, whiteboard, finished call history, messaging integration with email and phone, and more.
- Ends the call and rates and reviews the person who provided the help.