When you read or hear the word workflow, do you feel the panic rising? You can be honest. You know you should know what it means, but perhaps you have trouble defining the concept in concrete, understandable terms. It’s not your fault. Not many workflow definitions are written in concrete terms. The definitions of workflows are often vague and broad. This makes it difficult for you to apply the term to your daily life. If you can relate, you need to download this whitepaper. In, Automated Workflow Will Change Your Life for the Better, we give a clear definition of workflow. In addition to finally understanding the meaning of workflow, you’ll also learn:

How you use workflow in your daily life

What do workflow and a calculator have in common? Well, let’s just say, you use workflow more often than you think!

The BIG difference between automated and manual workflow

There are different types of workflows, but, keeping reading, the difference between them is super easy. We’ll break it down for you, point by point.

Why automated workflow works way better

This one should be pretty intuitive. After all, having something completed automatically, without human intervention, prevents human error.

How workflow works

You’ll learn how automatic workflows are triggered in Blitz’s system.

What workflow can do

Workflows are powerful tools that can help you do anything from sending custom emails to your contacts to scheduling them an appointment on your calendar.

Blitz’s best practices for using workflows

Our best practices include helpful workflow templates you can copy and start using for yourself!

Stop making costly data-entry errors. Stop losing valuable leads and missing out on big opportunities. Start taking control of your work processes with automated workflow, and start getting the maximum use out of your software.
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