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- Production tips come from people who produce. Software vendors like Articulate create authoring software that has a bunch of features. But it’s the users of that software that will come up with how to use it. They also have all sorts of creative ideas based on their experiences that the vendors may never consider. So tapping into that expertise can save you a lot of time trying to figure out how to do something with the tools you have.
- Asking questions builds a pool of tips and tricks. Some of my best ideas come from the questions I get from the community. Someone will ask how to do something. Initially, I may be a bit stumped. But then I play around with some ideas and usually come up with some sort of solution. So asking questions provides answers; but it also helps the experts broaden their skills, which in turn adds additional value to the community.
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- There’s lots of free stuff. Who doesn’t like free? I like to build quick templates to practice some techniques. Then I give them away. Ideally, you’d take the ideas and practice building your own templates. But the reality is that you have limited time and if you get the template for free, why not just use it (which you’re free to do)? So take advantage of all of the free assets in the user community.
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