Create a system for tackling patient notes for minimum stress and maximum speed.
Here are some real-world examples of how TextExpander enables us to help customers faster, keep the team on-brand, automate while staying human, and more.
Learn how the TextExpander Support Team saves time and delivers answers faster with email support forms using Wufoo, Zapier, and Desk.
How should a busy professional get started with TextExpander? You’ve downloaded the free test drive version of TextExpander to your Mac or PC and are wondering how to set up your first few snippets. Building a solid snippet system is pretty straightforward once you’ve answered three simple questions. Question 1: What type of text should…
This month TextExpander helped to sponsor the support community-driven event, SupConf. This conference comes out of the Support Driven community, a place for workers in customer service and support to gather and trade tips, find mentors, and share support stories with peers. We’re new to Support Driven, but it has been a great place for…
Whether you’re in customer support, work with multiple clients, or run a popular site, creating an email system which allows you to reuse messages is a *huge* time saver. Here’s how to get started.
Whether you’re new to TextExpander or your text snippet library is legend, you can quickly search everything and expand text with a couple keystrokes.
Learn how Mike Jandreau and his team at Desk.com offer better, faster customer support thanks to TextExpander text snippets and collaboration features.
Learn about how TextExpander helped a little company grow into an industry leader at Automattic, the company behind WordPress. This is the final part of a series by WooCommerce Ninja, Danny Santoro.
This is part two of a three-part series by our friend Danny Santoro of Automattic, stewards of WordPress and the popular WooCommerce plugin. We invited Danny to share his company’s adventures of working smarter with TextExpander. Read part 1 to get caught up. WooThemes was no longer the small organization it was when I signed…