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Got stuck writing training documentations? It is better to roll up your sleeves and go as detail as you can. Because any gaps in your explanation will require hours of in-person training and walk-through. So invest a day now, and save weeks of time later.
The day was filled with "Urgent but not Important" tasks and it soon kills the innovative spirits for the day. If this patterns continue to repeat, soon your career will feel "stuck" and you becomes a "rat in a wheel"... How should we combat that and keep the innovative spirits alive everyday?
Treat your user training more like selling, and you will get better buy-in and smoother transitions and high endorsement rates of your automation processes.
A simple workflow rule change request in Salesforce that led to custom object development and end-user training. Lesson Learned : Counting the time cost includes post development on-boarding and scope changes.