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Hi 👋, I’m Andrew Connell, the person behind Voitanos. Do you have a topic or technical question?

If your question is unique to you & not technical, such as you’re a student who needs to change your email address or a billing question or lost access to your account, etc… please refer to the contact page to reach out to us.

I don’t answer topic or technical questions 1:1 via email or the different social media platforms (private messages, direct messages, in-app mail, etc). I explain why in the TL;DR below. 👇

Andrew Connell
Andrew Connell
Microsoft MVP, Full-Stack Developer & Chief Course Artisan - Voitanos LLC.

Students of my courses

Leave your comment in the associated Voitanos Discord community channel lesson page in the course. The channel associated with the course is linked below the video & notes on every lesson in the course.

Got a question that’s not related to a specific lesson? Use the private mastermind groups you have access to as a student (only offered in some course bundles). I have multiple blocks of time set aside each week to address these questions. Get the link from your course’s page once you sign in (the one with the list of chapters in the course).

Not a student of one of my courses?

Every week I set aside multiple blocks of time on my calendar to answer questions. Students come first, then questions posted to Discord or public social media posts (Threads, LinkedIn, 𝕏, comments on my YouTube channel ).

You can still join the Voitanos Discord community and submit questions to one of the public channels.

Or tune into my monthly office hours live stream on my YouTube channel !

Time permitting, I’ll then head to the other communities .

Got a question about one of my articles on my blog ? Leave a comment at the bottom of the post to continue the discussion!

Finally, if you have a question about a project or need some guidance related to Microsoft 365 development , the SharePoint Framework (SPFx) , Microsoft Teams apps , Microsoft Azure , or something else you think I can help with, you can book a 30-minute or 60-minute call with me .

Join My Monthly Office Hours Live Stream

I hold office hours at 11 AM ET on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. Check the upcoming schedule on my YouTube channel here & click the Notify me button to get a reminder when it’s about to start, and view the previous sessions !

Book a 1-on-1 Call with Me!

Regardless if you’re a student of one of my courses or not, you can book a 1:1 call with me to discuss web/cloud developer topics about Microsoft 365, the SharePoint Framework, or Microsoft Teams.

Use this link to check my availability against your calendar and book a 30-minute or 60-minute meeting .

Once you submit the booking & I confirm the time, you’ll receive a calendar invite where we’ll connect via Microsoft Teams.


I do what I do (training & educating developers) because, after many years, I found that what gives me energy is helping others. Seeing that light bulb glow when I unblock someone or when they now understand a previously confusing topic is what drives me to do what I do.

Time permitting, I frequent the communities I prefer and answer developer’s questions. I’ve written about the communities I like and where I spend my time: Where to get answers for your SharePoint Framework questions .

But there’s a problem… it’s impossible not feasible for me to help everyone.

Sometimes I get as few as 10 emails, sometimes over 75 emails, a day from people asking questions. While I enjoy taking the time to answer questions, it’s just not feasible. I could spend well over half my week just answering questions, but let me be blunt: the electric company doesn’t let me pay the bill with “how many questions I answered today.”

Email-based questions are especially hard because it’s 1:1 help… no one else benefits from the discussion. LinkedIn messages, Facebook Messenger, and 𝕏 DM’s are the same. 1:1 isn’t an efficient use of our time… someone else could benefit from this discussion.

I, just like you, have a job and prioritize my customers - the students of my courses - they come first.

So, a few years ago I implemented something that has worked quite well: I don’t answer topic questions 1:1 via email or the other 1:1 social media platforms above.