Zendesk Sell is an online and mobile-based customer relationship management solution that enables B2B and B2C sales professionals to manage sales, track prospects, and communicate with customers proactively from any location.
Time Doctor is a time monitoring software for employees that allows you and your team to get a lot more done in a day. With Time Doctor, employees can see where they spend their time, managers can monitor employee progress, and everyone can contribute to the bottom line.Time Doctor Integrations
Zendesk Sell + Time DoctorNew Project in Time Doctor when New Task is created in Zendesk Sell Read More...
Zendesk Sell + Time DoctorNew Task in Project in Time Doctor when New Task is created in Zendesk Sell Read More...
Zendesk Sell + Time DoctorNew Folder in Time Doctor when New Task is created in Zendesk Sell Read More...
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Triggers when a deal enters a new stage.
Triggers when a new contact is created.
Triggers when a new deal is created.
Triggers when new lead is created.
Triggers when a new note is created.
Triggers when a new product in catalog is created. Requires sell enterprise plan or higher.
Triggers when a new task is created.
Triggers when an existing contact is updated.
Triggers when an existing lead is updated.
Triggers when an existing deal is updated.
Trigger when a staff is absent.
Triggers when a staff is late.
Triggers when an employee adds time manually.
Triggers when a new Project is created.
Triggers when a new task is created.
Triggers when a new user account is created on your company.
Triggers when a staff is partially absent.
Triggers when a task marked as completed.
Creates a company.
Creates a new deal.
creates a new lead.
Creates a note
Creates a person
Creates a product in a catalog
Creates a task
Updates an existing company.
Updates an existing deal.
Updates a lead.
Updates an existing person.
Creates a new Folder.
Creates a new Project.
Creates a new task in a project.
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You should strive to answer all three points in one sentence as concisely as possible while still giving enough information for the reader to understand the topic at hand. Remember, you only have a few sentences to hook your reader; don’t waste time with unnecessary details.
Here are some examples of good introductory sentences:
The body of your article is where you should provide specific examples, pieces of evidence, or other relevant facts that support your thesis statement. If you include enough detail in each paragraph, your body paragraphs should naturally flow into one another as you present your argument in an organized manner.
Each paragraph should include an introduction, a body, and a conclusion. Most articles also include a transitional sentence at the end of each paragraph that connects it to the next paragraph. On average, each body paragraph should be about three-five sentences long, but this will vary based on the complexity of your topic, so don’t worry too much about trying to achieve a specific word count.
The conclusion is where you wrap up your argument and summarize everything that has been said in the article. Your conclusion should not be a repeat of your introduction unless you are going to make a new point in your conclusion. Keep in mind that your conclusion doesn’t have to be a complete ending, but rather it should leave the reader with something to think about after reading the article. If you want to write a strong conclusion, you may want to refer back to your thesis statement to remind yourself what you were trying to prove in your article. You could also try introducing a new piece of evidence or asking a rhetorical question that will prompt the reader to think about what they just read in the article. Here are some examples:
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