Since their introduction last February, PaperJamming templates have remained among the top ten downloads from the Active Voice Downloads page. Not only that, but blog posts about PaperJamming have powered their way into the top five most viewed posts. Clearly, PaperJamming is meeting a need.
To help make the PaperJamming templates easier to find, I’ve broken them out into their own category on the Downloads page. From now on, instead of being listed under the hPDA templates, you’ll find them between my new CardNets and my iPhone wallpapers.
Plus, the move gives me more room to list the next set of cards . . .
I will generic viagra 50mg uk soon be introducing inventory templates designed to complement the disposition schedules. You’ll be able to use these new cards to keep track of your paper and electronic files, which is an important first step before figuring out whether to save or dispose of them. Look for an announcement about the new PaperJamming Inventory Templates here soon.
And while you’re here, why not take a moment to leave a comment and share how you use PaperJamming to manage your files? Maybe you can help convince a new user that PaperJamming = personalized file management made fun.
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I just found PaperJamming and it looks great. Is there a PDF or collection of information for those just getting started. I’d love to read all about it and apply it.
Hi, Stephanie! Thanks for your question. I am actually in the process of writing a white paper on file management using PaperJamming, which will be available soon as a free download on this site.
In the meantime, the best way to get introduced to the tenets of PJ is to read the trio of introductory posts, “PaperJamming: File Management 2.0, “PaperJamming for Freelancers,” and “PaperJamming Your Computer.” You will find them linked under “Popular Posts,” top right on the blog main page.
There are also some helpful tips under the PaperJamming section of the Downloads page. Click on “Find Out More.”
If you still have questions, feel free to post them here and I’ll be happy to try to help.
PS — Your site, Marketing Message Blog, looks really useful and I’ve bookmarked it for future reference!
Paul, I’d love to interview you for a podcast on paperjamming for my blog. Email me if interested!
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