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Why should you consider using workflow software? 

Workflow tools are useful for businesses in any industry. You can use workflow software to automate or streamline operations. 

The scope of the software varies. You may use simple checklist apps to track progress. You can also find comprehensive workflow software to centralize data and standardize procedures.

Here are seven ways that workflow software can help your business.

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Cloud workflow software is rapidly becoming a widely effective staple for improved productivity. While many may assume these types of platforms are just fancy online calendars that have taken the place of the planners and organizers professionals once lived by, there’s actually a bit more to consider before looking the other way. 

Imagine having a detailed checklist to break down each task and subtask required to complete every assignment. Day-to-day operations would likely flow a bit smoother, right? Well, standard operating procedures (SOPs) do just that!

Companies are now implementing the use of detailed SOPs to ensure their workflow and assignments are accurately completed on a daily basis. 

Effective cloud workflow software can transform your business into a well-oiled, productivity machine without sacrificing important details and pertinent steps required to complete tasks. Workflow solutions, along with the use of structured SOPs, have given a whole new meaning to the idea of creating instruction manuals, tutorials, handbooks, and style guides. 

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Here at Flowster, one of our main goals is to provide a tool that helps our members complete work in ½ the time. So we love to focus on making improvements that make it easier for people to manage their tasks and make sure everyone on their team is working as efficiently as possible.

This mindset helped guide us in creating the new Flowster task calendar. Let’s take a look at its various features and how you can best use it to make your business and team as productive as possible.

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Are you looking for a system that you can follow to recruit guests, record episodes, and publish your podcast on iTunes and beyond? Would you like to be able to save time by easily delegating portions of the podcast publishing process to a virtual assistant or other members of your team?

In this article, you’ll discover the exact step-by-step process that Trent Dyrsmid has used to publish 300+ podcast episodes on his Bright Ideas website. Read more