Solid and Flexible Product Navigation: this is a subject that could go on for ever. Our recommendation is that you look at new ways to extend product and site navigation based on current user actions and possibly experiments you run with users. If you don’t currently have a search feature, ask some users whether it would be a substantial gain to have one. Look at different ways to categorize product and build new filters. Then look at how they get used, and make further changes based on those results. You may end of up with something that not only makes it easier for your customers to find the products they are looking for, but a significant differentiation over your competition.
Again, unless your research makes it clear that your audience is ready and waiting to join your program, don’t produce your entire membership program just yet. Starting small and creating just enough top-quality content to keep charter members happy, then seeking their feedback before moving on to the next stage of production will help save you both time and effort in the long run.
Checkbox Form Object - Use the checkbox form field only if you are wanting to add interactivity to your checklist. The checkbox form field, found in the Forms toolbar, can link to a cell in the spreadsheet without requiring any Visual Basic programming. The linked cell will be a boolean value TRUE or FALSE. Like the drawing objects, working with a large number of checkboxes can get messy.
This checklist bundle is a perfect addition to (or the beginnings of) your standard operating procedures manual. Whether you're a company of one and you simply want to make your own life easier, you have a team of contractors you delegate to, or you ARE a contractor looking to add value for your clients, standard operating procedures are a must-have tool.
Ever heard the saying, “If you fail to plan, then you’re planning to fail?” That saying definitely applies to running a membership site, which is why you’ll want to plan out your content creation and delivery calendar at least six to twelve months ahead of time. Fortunately, you can make the whole process a lot easier by using this content calendar checklist!
Recent Examples on the Web Fortunately, most of the following checklist items are reasonably easy to implement, without requiring much heavy lifting. — Russ Wiles, azcentral, "Follow these steps to keep your personal finances in check during the coronavirus pandemic," 29 Mar. 2020 In Seattle, officials are distributing hygiene kits and provide tips and checklists on prevention to shelter operators. — Popular Science, "COVID-19 could hit homeless communities hard," 18 Mar. 2020 In Seattle, officials are distributing hygiene kits and provide tips and checklists on prevention to shelter operators. — Michael Cousineau, The Conversation, "Coronavirus could hit homeless hard, and that could hit everyone hard," 13 Mar. 2020 True, the building was missing a few amenities: doorman, garage, gym (all must-haves on Henderson’s original checklist). — Jennifer Fernandez, House Beautiful, "Shawn Henderson Turned This Turn-of-the-Century NYC Apartment Into a Hidden Gem," 10 Mar. 2020 Most significantly, the copilot had had difficulty locating checklists and performing in emergency scenarios. — Fortune, "After first 737 Max crash, why did Boeing’s pilot warning fail to stop second plane from going down?," 9 Mar. 2020 The second document provided a checklist that included developing contingency plans, establishing key relationships across communities, providing supplies to prevent spread at events and planning for staff absences. — Alison Dirr, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Wisconsin Elections Commission issues guidance on coronavirus ahead of April election," 6 Mar. 2020 Since tackling your entire house and yard at once can be overwhelming, take things one step at a time by following this checklist. — Amanda Garrity, Good Housekeeping, "Follow This Spring Yard Clean Up Checklist to Make Your Patio and Lawn Summer-Ready," 29 Jan. 2020 Elevator buttons have been added to the checklist, too. — Sarah Mervosh, New York Times, "These 4 People Are Facing the Coronavirus Head-on," 12 Mar. 2020