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OneNote is your digital notebook for capturing, organizing and sharing all of your notes and information. It helps you gather everything into one central location, and works across all your devices.OneNote Integrations
SharpSpring + OneNoteCreate Note in Section to OneNote from New Account in SharpSpring Read More...
SharpSpring + OneNoteCreate Note in Section to OneNote from New Lead in SharpSpring Read More...
SharpSpring + OneNoteCreate Note in Section to OneNote from New Opportunity in SharpSpring Read More...
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A new Account is created in SharpSpring.
When a lead has been created in sharpspring.
A new Opportunity is created in SharpSpring.
Triggers when a new note is created in a notebook/section.
Create an Account in SharpSpring.
Create a new Campaign in SharpSpring.
Create a Lead in SharpSpring.
Create Opportunity in SharpSpring. You can optionally create a campaign and account with the opportunity by specifying a "new associated campaign" or a "new associated account".
Update a Lead in SharpSpring.
Update a opportunity
Create a new note in the "Quick Notes" section of your default notebook.
Creates a new note in a specific Notebook/Section
The primary purpose of the article is to introduce the reader to the subject at hand. The writer should include a few sentences that state the topic of the article, a brief description of what you will be discussing in the article, and a sentence or two about how the reader can benefit from reading the article.
The body of the article is where you will provide evidence and examples to support your thesis statement. Your thesis statement should appear at the end of your introduction - it should not be hidden or presented as a surprise! In order for your readers to fully understand your thesis statement, you must expand on it within your body paragraphs.
The conclusion restates the main idea of your article and hpds your readers' interest until they have reached the end. This is a good place to refer back to your introduction and re-iterate your thesis statement(s.
How to Write a Paragraph
How to Introduce a Paragraph
The first sentence of a paragraph is an introduction that serves as an introduction to the topic of discussion. In some cases, this introductory sentence may be a restatement of the topic sentence from the paragraph before it. In other cases, this sentence will serve as a preview of what is to come. Regardless of what you choose to do with this introductory sentence, it should always contain a transition word to help your readers understand how this topic relates to the previous one.
How to Write the Body of a Paragraph
The body of a paragraph contains several sentences that discuss the topic that was introduced in the introductory sentence. Within each sentence, you should also make use of transition words to help guide your readers to maintain their understanding of how each topic relates to the previous one.
How to Conclude a Paragraph
A conclusion contains one or two sentences that wrap up any remaining thoughts about the subject. If you are writing an argumentative article, then it is good practice to show how your main point relates back to your thesis statement. This will demonstrate that your reader was right in assuming that there were links between all relevant ideas within your article.
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