Video Calls Are Great, But Put Client Requirements In Writing

Avoid misunderstandings and disputes by getting everything in black and white

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Video calls are a great way to connect with clients and get a feel for their needs.

However, it’s important to remember that verbal agreements can be easily forgotten or misinterpreted.

That’s why it’s always a good idea to put client requirements in writing.

This will help to ensure that there is a clear understanding of the project scope, deliverables, and deadlines.

In addition, having written requirements can help protect you in the event of any disputes.

If a client later claims that you didn’t deliver on their requirements, you can refer to the written agreement to show what was agreed upon.



Muhammad Ahtisham

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