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Get Organized: Document Your Workflow

Jill Duffy says that one of the best things you can do at a new job is to document your workflow. When you make a detailed list of all the work you do and how you do it, it makes you learn your job faster, as well as provide a process that others can replicate. In order to best document your work, focus on creating 4-5 page manuals that capture a key process. Use screen captures and diagrams to make your ideas more digestible, and make sure to include dates to indicate when a manual was last updated. For a long list of dos and don’ts to make the best workflows, you can read Duffy’s full article: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2418808,00.asp

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