Recently, I’ve been upgrading a lot of firms to the latest version of Timeslips (see my blog post: https://borekconsulting.com/2019/07/the-end-of-timeslips-perpetual-licenses-is-near/). As with all my upgrades, following the conversion, we have a training session which includes both new features, and features I typically call “New For You”. These are functions that may not currently be in use at the firm, but have existed in their older version of Timeslips. Examples might include streamlining processes, customization, reports, shortcuts, etc.
Last week, a firm I was working with was absolutely delighted with the Timeslips feature of Abbreviations, which allows staff to use shortcuts to expand words, phrases, and sometimes even full paragraphs. This is a big time saver, especially when using the same terminology over and over again. They had not used this previously, and considered this one of the best new features. While the reality is that Timeslips has had this feature for over 25 years, it was new to them!
Carving some time to review features and tweak your use of Timeslips can make you and your staff more productive (even without an upgrade). We’re happy to help if you want to schedule an appointment.