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Author Topic: Getting started InShort first and then transition to workflow.link  (Read 43 times)
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« on: November 07, 2017, 05:37:29 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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« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2017, 10:16:15 pm »

Thank you for the appreciation of the application and for a good question.

workflow.link and inShort complement each other, inShort is more convenient at the stage of elaboration and personal research of the project, then the initiative is intercepted by workflow.link where the teamwork and interaction of the project participants is available.

To transfer a project to workflow.link, you need to create the project export file in the WFL format in inShort, which is easily imported into workflow.link
The entire process usually takes less than a minute.

You can always ask for help here or by e-mail, usually within 24 hours I try to give an answer (if it is not so, just duplicate the letter).

Special thanks for understanding, if inShort can be developed on my own, then in the case of workflow.link I need investments for development.
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