You’ve found a tool that seems like the best one for the job. Now is a great time to think about testing the tool with your users, making sure it’s a good fit.
The same rule applies here as to the planning and research process. The bigger and riskier the project, the more time you should spend testing before you roll it out.
You can test tools or software in several ways.
Here are the types of questions you'll want to explore.
Don’t forget that your staff are users too.
Depending on how the testing goes you'll need to make choices on the points below.
As you make those decisions a reflective mindset will help.
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