Newsletter November 2018 published
Find the latest issue online here.Topics in this issue: Some new features in ATLAS.ti Cloud, an announcement for attendees of the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting in San… read more
Update 8.3.17 for ATLAS.ti Windows released
Service pack 8.3.17 was recently released. It features, among other things, Portuguese as a new interface language, “universal” project saving via keyboard shortcut, and multiple bugs fixes and improvements. Find… read more
Your opinion is important to us! ¡Su opinión es importante para nosotros!
We would like to ask you take a few minutes of your time to give us feedback on the type of data that you commonly analyze qualitatively. This survey will… read more
Newsletter October 2018 published
Find the latest issue online here. In this issue: Release of ATLAS.ti 8.3, a free upgrade to current v.8 license holders; using ATLAS.ti for medical research at a healthcare center… read more
ATLAS.ti 8.3 for Windows and Mac released!
We never stop making our software better, and therefore we have just released the new version 8.3 for Windows and Mac. This is a free update for all ATLAS.ti 8… read more
ATLAS.ti present at QRMH7
We are happy to inform you that ATLAS.ti will be present at QRMH7 from the 20th until the 22nd of September in Berlin. If you’re attending the conference, please feel free to… read more
Newsletter September 2018 published
Find the latest issue online here. Topics in this issue include: New features in the free Cloud version of ATLAS.ti, new collaborations with more international partners, the upcoming third edition… read more
ATLAS.ti 8 Windows Quick Tour – now available in Chinese!
The Quick Tour for ATLAS.ti 8 Windows has now been published in Chinese! Download it here
Impressions from the 3rd User Conference in Berlin
Our 3rd User Conference in Berlin took place in June and brought together a large audience of users, experts, professional researchers and QDA analysts from over twenty countries. The conference featured… read more