LucidChart Basics 2020
This awesome software helps you visualize your business.
LucidChart is a really cool software for creating charts and other visually based documents. I like to use LucidChart for outlining future video courses. It's especially helpful for determining the order in which I need to make videos. Sometimes my courses require videos be made out of the order in which they will be presented in the final product. LucidChart makes it crystal clear what needs to happen in order for my courses to be successful.
Of course, there are plenty of other uses for LucidChart.There are loads of templates that you can choose from for all kinds of projects. If you're working from home as a virtual assistant, you'll find LucidChart to be a great resource for your clients.
In the video above, I'll show you the basics of LucidChart. You'll see a recently produced document that was ultimately created as both a PNG and a PDF file. (Here’s the link to the original post.) You will also get to see how intuitive the software is to use in a real-world demonstration.
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