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Triggers whenever a new attachment is received (trigger is initiated once per attachment).
Triggers when a new e-mail appears in the specified mailbox.
Triggers when you receive a new email that matches a search string you provide.
Triggers when you receive a new email in a label.
Triggers everytime you receive a new email and Starmark it within two days.
Triggers every time a new thread starts.
Trigger when new customer added or update any old customer.
Trigger when new product added or update any old product.
Trigger when a new register closures
Trigger when new sale added.
Trigger when new sale added.
Trigger when new supplier added.
Trigger when new consignment is added or existing one is updated.
Trigger when a inventory updated
Draft a new email message(but don't send).
Creates a new label.
Draft a new email message & send it.
Create a new order.
Create a new product or update an old product.
Create or update a customer.
Update a existing customer.
An article sounds like a good idea. You could write an outline, then a draft, then revise the draft by referring to your outline. It's a good way to organize your thinking in writing.
Let's look at some tips for writing an outline.
First, you need to have a clear purpose for writing. This is often the problem with doing outlines without the goal of writing. It's easy to lose sight of what you're trying to say when you get distracted by all the detail work invpved. If you can't remember why you're writing an article or what your thesis statement is, then you'll probably be wasting your time outlining.
Second, you need to determine how much information you want to include in your article. You may want to break up a long article into several smaller articles depending on how much information you are trying to convey. If you are trying to cover too many topics in one article, then the reader will be overwhelmed. You will spend so much time explaining each topic that no one will have time to read it all. When in doubt, make your outline shorter. It's better to have a shorter article than a long article with no audience.
Third, if you are writing a longer article and you want to keep it organized, then you should consider using standard outline formatting. The standard formatting includes three headers (I, II, and III. that include the level of the subheadings (a, b, etc.. This is particularly helpful since so many readers will be able to quickly navigate through your article. Instead of just a bunch of random paragraphs, they will know exactly where they are in the article at any given time.
Fourth, when you create your outline, it is important to start with a theme sentence at the beginning of each section. The theme sentence should sum up what you are going to cover about that particular topic. Let's say your article is about Facebook and Twitter integration, then the theme sentence for the first section might say something like this, "For this paper I plan on discussing how Facebook and Twitter can work together." The theme sentence serves as a road map for the rest of the article. You can refer back to it if you get lost in one part or another.
Fifth, keep in mind that an outline is not a comprehensive list of everything that you plan on discussing in your article. It is merely a top to help you focus your thinking while writing. It becomes more of a table of contents that lists the headings and subheadings that can be found throughout your article. If you find yourself adding more information to your outline than what was actually included in your final article, then your outline was probably unnecessary and/or too detailed.
Sixth, think about what goes into each heading and subheading in your outline. How did you determine what goes there? Do your headings reflect the actual content of the corresponding sections in your article? Is there something missing that needs to be added? Are there any sections that don't belong in your outline? If so, then delete them from the outline and add them later if necessary. Your outline should serve as a helpful guide during your writing process; not a restrictive cage. If it's too confining, then you won't be able to express yourself freely on paper.
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