Extra, Extra, Read All About It! Introducing the Teaming 2.0 Building Series
Teaming just got better, and to celebrate the release of Teaming 2 we want to begin the festivities with this humble introduction to a brand new form and workflow building series. We've come up with 10 episodes of continuous, constructive material for your reading pleasure. The topic of choice is “How to Build Your Own Form and Flow within Teaming.
Please participate with us in this series. This Web space thrives on collaboration. Your feedback is always welcome and often encouraged. If you have a question regarding form and workflow construction, try us. If we don't know the answers, we like to think we know where to get them. Our E-Mail is email@example.com
Like we said, this series will consist of 10 written episodes. By the end we want you the reader to feel comfortable customizing and manipulating Teaming forms and workflows. We feel that this is where the real power of Teaming resides. We are focusing this series from the user's point of view as opposed to engineer's point of view. The 10 episodes of the Teaming 2.0 Building Series are:
Episode I: Welcome to the Workflow
Episode II: The Workflow from Concept to Construction
Episode III: Construction Continues
Episode IV: Workflow Wrap-up
Episode V: Figuring out the Form
Episode VI: Form Fundamentals
Episode VII: Finalizing the Form
Episode VIII: The Value of the View
Episode IX: Taming the Teaming Template
Episode X: Putting in Practice
We are confident that this series will help you to manufacture, manage, and manipulate the forms and workflows in your business/organization to further improve your efficiency and bottom line. Be sure to tune in weekly for our episodes!
For links to all the episodes (as they are released) visit our Teaming Library.
Disclaimer: As with everything else at Cool Solutions, this content is definitely not supported by Novell (so don't even think of calling Support if you try something and it blows up).
It was contributed by a community member and is published "as is." It seems to have worked for at least one person, and might work for you. But please be sure to test, test, test before you do anything drastic with it.