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Triggers when a new submission has been added to a specific form.
Triggers when a new form submission occurs.
Triggers when a new order is placed.
Triggers when an order is updated.
Adds a new item to a given collection.
Adds a new item to a given collection on your published site.
Fulfills an order.
Refund an order.
Unfulfills an order
Updates an item.
Updates a live item
Updates an order.
The paragraphs shouldn’t be too long, but they should be longer than in the previous paragraphs. Make them about 3-5 sentences long. These sentences should introduce the reader to the topic and give the reader a general idea of what the article is going to talk about. They shouldn’t include any details.
Start with a sentence that defines what JotForm is (or what Webflow is. This gives the reader an idea of where the article is going and how much knowledge of the topic they need to have to understand it.
Same thing as above. You can also put this sentence right after the first paragraph if you want to. This will make it easier for the reader to understand the article.
This is where you should have a few more detailed paragraphs and explain your points or show the benefits of integrating JotForm and Webflow. The paragraphs should be longer than in the introduction, but not too long. They should probably be around 4-6 sentences each. Don’t forget to explain what JotForm and Webflow are for people who aren’t familiar with them!
Your paragraphs should explain why you think these two companies should integrate their platforms, why this would benefit both companies and their users, and why this makes sense for both companies to do. Be sure to use specific examples of why they would benefit, and don’t be afraid to mention specific features that you think these companies could implement or work on together.
Just like the introduction, the conclusion should be short (probably 2-3 sentences. and wrap up your article by wrapping up your main points. Also note that these sentences should be written differently from the rest of your article – this is where you summarize everything that you said in your article so the reader can easily remember it all at once. You can also mention a few more things that you didn’t mention before if you have some time left over at the end.
A Few Final Thoughts
If you’re not sure whether or not you did a good job on your article, ask your friends or family members to read it. They might find mistakes or spots where you can improve that you missed yourself. Even if they don’t find anything wrong with it, just having someone else read it will help you catch any mistakes you didn’t see before. You can also ask them if they got what you were talking about or if they understood it well enough. If they didn’t, go back through what you wrote and make sure that it’s clear and easy to understand.
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