Anywhere I can find samples of narratives so I can have an idea how it is done? The schedulers are not big fans of the way I do my narratives, I am new and trying to learn.Thanks everyone
AZ, not many shoppers are as tech-challenged as I am, but I don't have a clue what you just said.
I generally print out my narrative, and when and if I get feedback, I write it on the narrative and file it for that shop. Actually in a Manila file titled "Narrative Samples".
Sort of old school....but when my computer died a few months ago, I didn't lose a single file I needed, rotflmfao!
Oh, I know -- people told me to back up info, back up info! I don't know for sure what that means, but whatever hit my computer wiped the hard drive clean, so there wasn't even an operating system left on the computer. So I bought a computer. How in the world could I have accessed anything that I HAD backed-up?
Use Google. It's free-of-charge. Create a folder on Google Drive; name it something like Narratives. Inside that folder, save individual documents (files) or one consolidated document with a page break inserted between each new narrative (for ease of reading later).
Google Drive saves to the cloud, so your folder and files will be saved automatically "out there" on the interwebs and you can retrieve what you need when you need it. You can access Google Drive (with your logon and password) on your phone, library computer, hotel computer, someone's computer, etc.
Plus you can do an electronic search inside the document(s) for keywords, client names, dates, locations, etc.
You can also use Microsoft 365 similarly.