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1  General Category / inShort / Getting started InShort first and then transition to workflow.link on: November 07, 2017, 08:37:29 PM
The program is amazing. As I build out a process for management of our projects one goal would be to have other team members participate as they execute their portions of the project. I assume this part of what workflow.link does?

Will InShort projects import directly into workflow.link?

There is a substantial learning curve and I am many hours away from partial mastery. It is akin to learning a new language with mechanics coming before true understanding. I am hoping to avoid tons of development leading me into a corner and needing to start over. Perhaps the intuitiveness of the product will help prevent that.

Is there any sort of a consulting service to help lead us down the path?

Thank you very much for this amazing revolutionary product. It is a game changer on many levels. I really like the subscription based approach for workflow.link as we need to support continual improvement.
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