My all time favorite tip when using cloud software

We have something a bit more light-hearted for this post. Having used cloud-based software for many years, and for many, many hours a week, this is my favourite tip! I hope this can save you some time in your church bookkeeping and accounts, and your church reporting. But it’s a general tip and you might find it useful in other applications as well.

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