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Fed-up with fumbling your clients’ feedback? →

Joan Parker is part of the marketing team for a big electronics brand. Part of her job is digging up feedback from her company’s client-base. Being a well-established company means that they are fairly set in their ways — client surveys were, and still are, trudged through with ye olde pen and paper method. Just like at the DMV or doctor’s office, nobody wants to fill out pages of documents, and on top of that, Joan doesn’t like filing all of those documents either. Never mind the fact that somebody needs to manually capture the data from each form, which costs time and money.

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Download workflow fields to csv →

You can now export and download a csv file that contains your workflow’s fields from within the ‘Live Workflows’ section.

How? Choose the columns/fields you want to export, then click the ‘Download’ button at the top-right of the page for the download to start. Only the fields you’re currently seeing in the table will be included in your downloaded file.

Click on the green 'Download' button to download the workflow fields into a .csv file
Click on the green 'Download' button to download the workflow fields into a .csv file

Next, you can import the file into Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets or Apple Numbers.

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b'Arnie's bootcamp →

Barney spent a lot of time at the gym. He was trim, he was fit and he was serious about staying that way. And that made him a great advert for b’Arnie’s Bootcamp, a public fitness training establishment that he’d set up a few years ago. There were lots of people wanting to firm up and enjoy a healthier life in a leaner body and b’Arnie’s was popular.

His website was doing quite well and he had a great following on various social media platforms — the gym was a hive of activity. That was great because the subscriptions were covering costs, but Barney needed to expand with squash courts and a pool in order to stay ahead of his competition. Subscriptions alone weren’t going to cover those cost. So he spoke with his business partners who did a little research and the top solution popped up: Build up your personal training service!

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Finch’s math dilemma →

Good morning class, I am Professor Finch. Take your seats as we explore the wondrous world of mathematics.

Professor Finch is a mathematical professor and is passionate about teaching the secrets of maths to young and curious minds. But he has to wonder if his way of teaching is understandable to the many promising students who attend his lectures. Is there an area in which he needs to improve? Is he using enough examples?

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Better tutors equal better students →

Mr and Mrs Jones took their triplets, Alex, Britney and Chad on a two-month-long world tour to visit their long-lost relatives in northern Greenland, Timbuktu and Mongolia.

Fortunately the children took most of their school books with them and didn’t fall too far behind their classmates.

Unfortunately they lost their math book on the flight to Mali.

Fortunately Mr Jones was able to request a math tutor on the school’s website whilst they were in Greenland. After they got back home, an experienced, school-assigned tutor, Mr Zanders came to the house for their first tutor session.

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Billy is battling in Biology! →

Most of your students are doing great in class, but Alan, Billy and Clara are falling behind because of a broken bone or the latest bout of flu. End-of-year exams are looming and these students need to catch up before it’s too late!

Your regular schedule is already packed and after-school hours are filled with extra-murals. Somehow you’re supposed to find a tutor, have him check his schedule and confirm a tutoring date when he can actually sit down with Alan, Billy and Clara to get them up to speed in arithmetic, biology and calculus!

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Have you tried turning it off and on again? →

“Hello, this is IT.”

“Hi IT, I have a problem with my computer.”

“Have you tried turning it off and on again?”

“Yes, I have, but it’s still not working.”

“Ok, will send someone out to come and have a look.”

“Please send someone urgently, I have a deadline and still so much to do.”

“Will do.”


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Jeff's new assistant →

Jeff, a very hands-on kind of person, supervises a construction team. Admin is not one of his strong points and he often has trouble getting it all done. He’s tried to address his hurdle by hiring a casual employee to help out in the office doing admin and capturing data a few days a week, but there are still things that manage to fall through the cracks.

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Got volunteers? →

It’s Monday morning, a beautiful sunny day. You are at a charity event for the less fortunate kids, that you have been planning and organizing for the last 2 months. Four days to raise much needed funds. The volunteers are running around to help out with whatever or wherever they can. It’s busy, it’s crazy, but it will go perfect. That perfect picture you have been planning for, the one you played out inside your head, over and over again. All good, you think to yourself, more volunteers showed up than expected, the community support is great, all is well.

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