I’m generalizing, but this is largely true.
The statement may be shocking for some of you, I know, but it’s one you need to be conscious of, for your own sanity.
They’re probably the best in their profession if they’ve created the perception that they inherently know about, and can fix, everything related to your computer. However, it’s simply not true.
One of the most-often received questions by our support team, is: “Why don’t my progress bars match my status date in OnePager?”
For us, this question brings to mind “Truthiness.”
This is the last article in a series meant to highlight the mistakes or missteps we see most often in our OnePager support interactions. These are things we wish we could help everyone avoid, and do the proper way instead.
10 – Always Use The Default Templates
OnePager does “auto-magically” make you a visual from your source file, but it doesn’t read your mind. It uses Templates to control how your charts are rendered.
The wrong way… Continue reading
Back in early January, we posted a OnePager IQ Test. The results have made it clear that our users could use some training.
Click this link to take the test.
- 116 users have taken the test.
- The average score is 49
- The high score is 90 (1 person)
- The low score is 20 (1 person)
- The average time to take the quiz was 9 minutes 30 seconds (we didn’t count the two who took over an hour)