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Adobe Sign is a cloud-based service that lets an individual or organization send, secure, track, and manage e-signature processes.
Twilio is the communciton platform that millions of developers trust to build seamless communications experiences with phone calls, text messages, video calls, and more.Twilio Integrations
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Triggers when a new document signed
Triggers once a call is completed on your Twilio number.
Triggers once a new recording becomes available on your Twilio account.
Triggers the moment an SMS is sent to your Twilio Number.
Creates an agreement. Sends it out for signatures.
Call a number or numbers and say your predefined message.
Send a SMS to a number or numbers.
Creating a good outline is also a good way to get started. You can then add and remove points as you go along.
Write the article:
Now that we have an outline, we can begin writing our article. The best way to start writing is to write down the introduction and conclusion first. It will serve as your roadmap for the article.
After that, pick one or two points (A and/or B. from your outline, and write about it. Don’t worry about grammar or spelling at this point. Just write about your article topic without stopping. Like Steve Jobs said in his 2005 commencement speech, “You can only connect the dots looking back on it.”
If you find yourself struggling in the middle of the article, just start over. Write about another point until you can finish it. If you still have trouble in the middle, you can always add more points in the body section to make it longer. Remember, you are not judged by how many points you cover but by how well you cover them. Most students are very rushed in the last few minutes of the exam so they tend to rush through everything so they can finish on time. But rushing can cause them to miss some key points that if addressed could help them with their articles. So even if you don’t have enough time to cover all the points in your outline, don’t rush. That’s why it’s important to spend time making an outline in the beginning. It will help you make sure you don’t miss any key points when writing your article.
Proofread your article:
Now that your article is written out, make sure to proofread it before submitting! Proofreading is important because it shows that you are confident in what you wrote. It also helps catch grammar mistakes and typos that could lower your score if they weren’t caught. To proofread your article, read it out loud and ask some people to read it out loud too. This is not only helpful for catching spelling errors, but also for catching awkward sentences or words that sound weird when spoken aloud. Sometimes, when we read things silently in our minds, they may sound fine, but when read aloud they sound strange or awkward. By reading it aloud, you can catch these mistakes before turning it in for grading!
The Essay Scoring Scale:
IELTS writing has a 1-9 scoring scale (1-5 for each part. The instructions will tell you which part(s. of your article will be scored on each scale (es. For example, some instructions might say that if your article scores 6 or above for task 2 (i.e., the second part), then the whpe article will be scored on the 6-9 scale (6-7 for each part. But if your article only scores 6 for task 2, then only task 2 will be scored on the 6-9 scale while task 1 will be scored on the 1-5 scale (1-2 for each part. This means that an article can have a different score for each part depending on how well each part scored individually. Make sure you look at your instructions carefully so your article doesn’t get a lower score than expected because you didn’t know which parts would be scored on a higher scale!
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