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After struggling to write stage plays with the pahitetc and totally incorrect stageplay template in FINAL DRAFT, I noticed Movie Magic Screenwriter, which I used to use years ago, had a new version out. After spending a couple hours on the tutorials, I have to say, they really got it right this time. The integration of flexible outlining and note-taking with the draft of your screenplay, play, novel, or whatever is superb. Writers need to outline, take various types of notes, and draft. I'm not sure why it took so many years for a program to finally combine these functions on one screen rather than separating them, but MMS 6 is the best I've seen yet. It's also very flexible and you can show or hide any elements, as you wish. With the new version of Final Draft said to be over a year away, I'm ready to jump ship. MMS 6 seems more stable, sensible, and convenient all around.
 

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All of the above! Basically, any time you see an opportunity to learn more about your crmtoseus, take it.If a survey makes sense, do that. If you have a chance to meet some folks in person, go for it. Maybe you have a few phone numbers—call people up and get to know them. Or, feel free to randomly email crmtoseus from time to time to get personal feedback. Anything goes!And amount of feedback doesn't matter nearly as much as the quality of it. If you don't get a lot of responses from people at first, that's okay because the people that *did* respond are the ones that are really paying attention to your business and are the ones you want to give your attention to, also. So, their opinions are the most valuable. If you listen to them, you'll attract more people like them. Then, you won't have the not enough feedback problem anymore.