Do you have questions? Well, we’ve got answers! At Unity, we truly believe the world is a better place with more creators in it. And to help you build your own awesome game worlds, the topic of our next Dev Blitz AMA is Authoring Tools! Join us on Jan 26, 2023, between 8 am & 4 pm EST, in the Authoring Dev Blitz Day 2022 - Q&A forum and on Discord to learn more about Authoring directly from the Unity Developers. Start thinking about what questions you’re dying to get answered regarding Search, Editor Tools, Scene Workflows, Splines, Probuilder, GraphView, Entities Tooling, Scene Templates, Selection, Shortcuts, Inspector, and more! The Dev Blitz Day forum and Discord forum channel will open for questions the day before on January 25th. The team will start answering on January 26th. After the event period ends, the forum & Discord channel will be locked for new threads but the threads themselves will remain open for discussion. Some basic rules: Post your questions by starting new threads in the Authoring Dev Blitz Day 2023 - AMA forum or in the authoring-dev-blitz-day-2023 channel on the Unity Discord. Please remember to comply with the code of conduct: be respectful, both to your fellow forum users and to the Unity staff. Don’t bundle multiple unrelated questions in one thread. One question/topic per thread. We may filter out off-topic or duplicate questions Questions asked during the event periods will be answered, but not necessarily right away or during the event periods. Some questions take time or specific people to answer. What types of questions we will be answering: We will be answering questions on Editor tools, Scene workflows, GTF / GraphView, Entities Tooling, Search, Scene Templates, Selection, ProBuilder, Splines, Shortcuts, Editor menus, Inspector, and Editor Quality of Life. Questions don’t have to be technical in nature. You could ask about specific future plans, why something was made a certain way, etc. We won’t be able to answer questions like, “Can you help me debug these 1,000,000 lines of code?” Well, we can, but the answer will likely be, “No” We're looking forward to your questions!