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I work for a 60 billion dollar international company with plenty of legacy applications that require a new UI / Functionality. We looked at several tools and CodeOnTime looked good on face value. However, what let's down CodeOnTime is the lack of support and good documentation, if you have good support then documentation becomes less important to a degree. If COT had good solid documentation then support not be needed. I am not sure if we will continue with COT within my company as asking simple question(s) are not getting answered from COT.
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  • Paul,

    Many questions sound simple, but do require a significant investment of time and expertise to provide a complete answer. Answers to many questions are available at our YouTube channel at https://youtube.com/codeontime.

    The upcoming CoT v9 will bring live Project Designer in the apps with a new unified Project Explorer and Object Inspector. New integrated documentation will become available.

    This forum is free and we answer questions as time and resources become available. Complex questions take longer to answer.

    Consider investing some of that 6 billion dollars in getting a support package at https://codeontime.com/services.
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  • Your product should have good enough documentation for users to understand how to use your product. If users are asking simple questions then that is a clear sign that your documentation is not up to par.

    Regardless of the turn over of my company that I work for, we should not have to pay extra just to use your product when we have paid a couple of thousand dollars for a license!

    When will V9.00 be released?
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