Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and by definition, it is a time for family, for sharing and for traditions.
It is also a time to spend an entire day in your kitchen, between pans and trays, cooking and cleaning all the mess – especially when you invite little (Or bigger) helpers to jump in.
It is all part of the Thanksgiving magic and chances are that you are still cooking the Turkey the same way your mother, grandmother or aunt taught you.
We are all in for keeping the traditions, but we believe in going paperless, even on the old cookbooks, and that’s why we came up with this idea: Why not write a work instruction to cook your Thanksgiving Turkey?
Such as shop floor work instructions, it is a great way to spread knowledge, to explain step-by-step what and how you do it without delaying the process, to keep everyone engaged and motivated, to increase productivity and to make sure the ending result is precisely as it pleases you (Or as you publish in the pictures you can attach to your Work Instructions!).
Take a look at our video and see how would your kids see the Turkey recipe while cooking.
If you want to know more about our work instructions feature, read our blog posts on how it can leverage your productivity, by empowering your workers! Check also our tips on how to write great work instructions and the step-by-step guide on our help center.
And don’t forget to enjoy your very productive Thanksgiving! 🙂
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