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The ScreenSteps Blog for Onboarding, Training, and Enablement

(4 day ago) Employee training today is surrounded by a lot of uncertainty. Some believe that memorization works, while others think that fancy e-Training or assessments are the solution. We're here to tell you that the way most trainers and employers are training isn't working. But, with a few changes it can work, and quickly.

https://blog.screensteps.com/

DA: 20 PA: 20 MOZ Rank: 21

The 4 Key Steps to Creating a CRM Training Manual

(3 day ago) This is a guest blog post by Victor Rosado, Senior Consultant, 'Salesforce Change Management and Training' at Synergetics. So you're implementing a new CRM and need to train your employees on it. You need them to know how to use it, want to use it and — most importantly — actually use it. The right training manual can help with all of the above while alleviating constant questions and

https://blog.screensteps.com/4-key-steps-to-creating-a-crm-training-manual

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screenstepslive.com

(18 day ago) We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us.

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ScreenSteps - Home | Facebook

(1 month ago) blog.screensteps.com. 2 Tips for Improving Adoption of Your Knowledge Base. Improve your knowledge management system's adoption with these two tips. Improve your knowledge management system's adoption with these two tips. See All.

https://www.facebook.com/ScreenSteps

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ScreenSteps - Posts | Facebook

(3 month ago) blog.screensteps.com. 4 Tips for Documenting Your Know-how So You Can Delegate Tasks and Jobs. Whether your business is a small operation with a few dozen employees, or you're a global presence with thousands of workers, the same question persists—how do you get the know-how out of a subject matter expert (SME) so that other employees and

https://www.facebook.com/ScreenSteps/posts

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Why Your Salesforce Documentation Needs a Table of Contents

(1 month ago) Why Your Salesforce Documentation Needs a Table of Contents. Tweet; Posted by Jonathan DeVore. January 24, 2014 at 11:30 AM Some online knowledge base software (e.g. wikis) assume end-users know the questions they want to ask, so the software is optimized for search. The problem is, this approach leaves out end-users who don't know what

http://sf.screensteps.com/why-your-salesforce-documentation-needs-a-table-of-contents

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One Reason Nobody Uses Your Salesforce Documentation

(2 month ago) One Reason Nobody Uses Your Salesforce Documentation. Tweet; Posted by Jonathan DeVore. February 12, 2014 at 1:00 PM Even though you documented everything with pictures, annotations, and clear text, a common situation you will find is that end users don't reference your documentation.

http://sf.screensteps.com/one-reason-nobody-uses-your-salesforce-documentation

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5 Keys to Successful Software Documentation

(6 day ago) Thinking of documentation as a reference tool instead of a chapter book will change the way you author documents — and how useful they become for both your teams and users. Check out our selection of the best software documentation examples.

https://connect.screensteps.com/5-keys-to-successful-software-documentation

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Greg DeVore - CEO - ScreenSteps | LinkedIn

(4 month ago) View Greg DeVore’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Greg has 1 job listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Greg’s connections

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Clarify 2 Public Beta and the New Clarify Blog

(2 month ago) The Clarify 2 public beta is now available. Clarify combines a word processor and screen capture tool which makes creating visual documents a snap. Version 2 adds better authoring tools, WordPress and Word export, HTML export and more.

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