One of the most effective invoicing and accounting software, Wave is widely used by freelancers, consultants, contractors, and small business owners. With Wave you can carry out optional credit card and bank payment processing quite quickly.
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Triggers when a new customer is added to a business you choose.
Triggers when a new invoice is created.
Triggers when a new carrier account occurred.
Triggers when a new order occurred.
Triggers when an order shipped.
Triggers when a new shipping label occurred.
Creates a customer in a business that you choose.
Creates a new invoice.
Creates a product or service in a business that you choose.
Records a transaction in a business.
Update a customer in a business that you choose.
Creates a new order in Shippo.
Of course, if you are reading this from a single-sentence outline, you have already gone too far. But, just to illustrate the point, here's what we have at the end of Step 1. "Create an outline for an article about Wave and Shippo." That's it; that's the whpe thing.
Step 2. Identify the Main Points
Now, before we undertake the task of writing a full outline, we need to identify the main points we want to include in our article. For this, we'll use the strategy of freewriting. This is a straightforward way to get some ideas flowing without getting bogged down with specifics. So, just start writing. You can ignore grammar, punctuation, spelling, and organization for now. If you find yourself thinking about how to organize your points, or what order to put them in, stop right there and keep writing until you run out of things to say. Give yourself five minutes. When you're done, look over what you've written. What points did you leave out? What ideas do you need to expand on more? How many points do you want in your article? Keep these questions in mind while you do this.
Step 3. Write a Full Outline
Now it's time to get serious. We have a general idea of what we want to write and we have identified the main points we want to cover in our article. In this step, we will use the material we wrote in Step 2 as our guide while we craft a full outline. Now we know what we want to cover in our article, so all we have to do is turn it into something that looks like an outline. With freewriting as our guide, this is pretty easy. On paper (or on your computer. fill in each main point as an item in a list. Then divide each main point into subpoints. Use numbers if you are comfortable with doing so, but don't feel like it's mandatory. You can also use letters or Roman numerals if that helps you stay organized. You don't have to write exactly what you freewrote or even fplow its structure exactly. Just make sure that everything is clear and organized enough that you can refer back later if you need to. The fplowing steps will walk you through this process in more detail. As I said above, I won't go into great detail about how to write an outline because it's not really necessary. If you want more guidance than I'm giving here, I encourage you to check out my book The Ultimate Guide to Writing Great Research Papers . Here's a quick summary of what we will cover below:
First, choose which topic you want to write about (e.g., "Shippo". and write its number (e.g., 1. at the top of the page. Then start with Point 1 under this topic heading ("Integration of Wave and Shippo". Write everything that comes to mind until you run out of things to say. If you think of something that belongs with another heading, write it down anyway, but make sure it gets transferred to its proper place later on. Do this for each point in your outline until you've written everything down that you can think of for each one. Then go back and fill in any gaps that you left earlier (or move stuff around if needed. Once you have filled in all the main points for each topic, start over again, filling in the subpoints for each main point. This should be easier than trying to fill in all the subpoints at once because by now you are probably running out of steam and will be able to focus on only one or two topics at a time. After completing all your subpoints for each main point, go back again and fill in any gaps that remain. Again, don't worry about perfect organization or perfection in general here. The purpose of outlining is just to make sure that all the information that you want to include in your article actually makes it into your article so it doesn't feel like a waste of time when you end up having to cut something out later on because you didn't include it in the first place. Here's how the outline for the Wave and Shippo article might look after completing all these steps:
That's it! Our whpe article is now outlined! You can see how much easier it would be to write such an article now than if we hadn't put this work in beforehand. And when it comes time to actually writing the article itself, we'll be able to fplow our outline almost word for word. Of course, there will still be some leeway for creativity at that point because we've set up things so that our groundwork is already completed. All we have left to do is put our own "spin" on things by adding specific examples and explanations where needed along with whatever else we decide we would like to add. The most important thing is getting all the main points and subpoints down first so that they are ready when it comes time for us to actually construct our article. Think about it like putting together a puzzle where the pieces are already laid out on the table for us; we just have to fit them together correctly instead of having to scramble around looking for them first!
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